Author(s): Christy Kenneally
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Two childhood friends now have a distance between them, as a result of the ravages of war, a thirst for power, and a tragedy that neither of them can forget. Karl and Max remember each other as boys, but are now meeting face to face as men and must forget their friendship to work against one another.
Praise for Christy Kenneally -- : 'Hugely entertaining ... drives along at satisfyingly breakneck speed ... -- Irish Independent 'With sparkling dialogue, deft characterisations and vivid sense of place Kenneally has the reader in the palm of his hand as the action speeds from continent to continent...a second thriller even more compelling than the first.' -- Irish Independent Review A fine read...thrilling...skilful and engrossing. -- Sunday Tribune Review 'Kenneally is a delight to read. Witty, dexterous, accessible, his prose elevates this novel from workaday thrillers. It has "international hit" written all over it.' -- Ireland on Sunday a real page-turner... Kenneally manages to get inside of the main characters perfectly -- Woman's Way A masterful debut ... -- Irish Times An absolute pleasure to read. -- Irish Examiner Weekender This is excellent first outing with a hint of great things to come. -- Ireland on Sunday Robert Ludlum crossed with John Millington Synge. -- Irish Independent Second Son is a terrific thriller that belts along at a rate of knots. '...the suspense is highwire.'Watch out for the movie. -- The Sunday Tribune
Christy Kenneally is a well-known Irish TV presenter and scriptwriter. Christy presented RTE's 'No Frontiers' series and is the author of numerous bestselling fiction and non-fiction. Christy is married and lives in Wicklow.