A bit of a genre-mix, part international espionage thriller and part crime mystery, Moonlight Shadows by Paul Anthony (@PaulAnthonysPen) features interesting and well-drawn characters, exciting bursts of action, multiple storylines, and more than a few well-placed plot twists.
I enjoyed it immensely.
The story begins during “The Troubles” in Ireland as an active service unit of the Provisional Irish Republican Army heads into the borderlands separating the Republic from the British-controlled northern counties. From there the reader is swept up into a world of international intrigue in Japan and Amsterdam as well as common-sense policing in London and the English seaside town of Crillsea.
The plots come together soon enough, and along the way the reader gets to spend plenty of time with Detective Chief Inspector Davies King, newly promoted but saddled with a green and ambitious “political” type. Joining the chess-playing Davies are most of the wonderful…
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