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on 12 June 2013
With Veil of Civility Ian Graham brings us an all action page turner of a thriller. Following the terrible death of a friend former IRA man Declan McIver finds the peaceful life he has tried to build disintegrate before him. Hunted by the FBI and the police he must try to make sense of the conspiracy that surrounds him. Can Declan avenge his friend and keep his family safe?

There is a depth of descriptive prose not often found in novels of the genre and yet it still flows excellently. The characters are engaging and Graham gives all of their drives and actions purpose that makes clear sense to the reader, there's no need to jump to wild assumptions. It's clear that Ian Graham is an author to keep an eye on for fans of action novels. Could Declan McIver be the new Jack Reacher?
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on 23 January 2014
I have just finished this book in 2 days whilst on holiday. I don't read that often, but when I do, the book needs to be engaging, fast paced & difficult to put down - this was all of those. Couldn't wait to read each next chapter, much to the dismay of the girlfriend! Will certainly be looking for more books from the author.
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on 23 October 2013
Breathless, engaging but determined! A rollicking good read with pace and pathos mixed well; characters well drawn and supported with all the zinging tension you could handle.
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on 25 May 2014
As a regular reader of action and thriller novels I was looking forward to this but the more I learned about Mr McIver the less I liked him.

As an ex-member of the IRA he is a terrorist, plain and simple. There is never an excuse for killing innocent people and making such a man the hero of a book is atrocious.

Really poor taste for something that could have been good.
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