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Someone has to Pay is an action packed thriller, mainly set in N Ireland, during the mid 90 s where the troubles were still causing pain and heartbreak whilstandpeople were pushing politicians for a peaceful resolution As someone who came to live here in 1990, much of the setting, locations and atmosphere rang so true for me and I was really caught up in the whole story Even details of routes and journeys felt familiar and I was fully engaged in the plot from the opening chapter Someone has to Pay is an action packed thriller, mainly set in N Ireland, during the mid 90 s where the troubles were still causing pain and heartbreak whilstandpeople were pushing politicians for a peaceful resolution As someone who came to live here in 1990, much of the setting, locations and atmosphere rang so true for me and I was really caught up in the whole story Even details of routes and journeys felt familiar and I was fully engaged in the plot from the opening chapter This wouldn t be my normal type of book but I was swept along by the action and couldn t help thinking, numerous times, how great it would look visually on screen Will definitely be readingof this gentleman s work great, pacy, action packed crime novelMr McCoubrey has excelled, what an excellent offering from Joe McCoubrey everything a crime thriller buff could ask for hard, violent men on both sides of the law, intrigue at the highest political levels across the divide of the Irish sea SAS the RUC police forces in Ireland, undercover agents,..it all adds up to a powerful, lethal game of chess with top honchos from the IRA pitted against a revenge seeking agent great tension th great, pacy, action packed crime novelMr McCoubrey has excelled, what an excellent offering from Joe McCoubrey everything a crime thriller buff could ask for hard, violent men on both sides of the law, intrigue at the highest political levels across the divide of the Irish sea SAS the RUC police forces in Ireland, undercover agents,..it all adds up to a powerful, lethal game of chess with top honchos from the IRA pitted against a revenge seeking agent great tension throughout Mr McCoubrey spent long years as a journalist covering this beat but we know it really couldn t happen this way or could it Review of Someone Has To Pay Written by Joe McCoubreyReviewed by R MurryWithout prejudice, Mr McCoubrey weaves a thriller that a non follower of the events that led up to peace in the Isles of Ireland and Britain over separation can assimilate to That being the control over one s own destiny and what one will pay for that freedom In this case, what will an Irishman pay for the right to be independent Joe McCoubrey, an Irishman, from the town of Downpatrick, writes a tale of a high level Brit Review of Someone Has To Pay Written by Joe McCoubreyReviewed by R MurryWithout prejudice, Mr McCoubrey weaves a thriller that a non follower of the events that led up to peace in the Isles of Ireland and Britain over separation can assimilate to That being the control over one s own destiny and what one will pay for that freedom In this case, what will an Irishman pay for the right to be independent Joe McCoubrey, an Irishman, from the town of Downpatrick, writes a tale of a high level British operation that is used to propel the peace process forward by fending off the IRA s activities that are on a different level and are supposed to have the same effect.On each side of the divide, a champion has been picked a man who gets the job done These agents had met once is part of this fast pace action drama and that fact is only known to them If and when these two meet again, is the secondary plot and is one of the reasons the British agent got involved.As the main plot thickens, the general populous lives are disrupted with bombings, general killings, and assassinations Operational plans are made by both sides to capture political sympathy for their cause separation or not When will the conflict end is not part of Joe s novel, only hope.Both sides converge at an unlikely place All havoc commences and the reader is on pins and needles awaiting the last shot to be made And that shot is made thrice in a lethal triangle shape leading to an ending the reader can live with after all the political postulating that follows.Mr Joe McCoubrey has put together plausible events in down to earth English we all can understand Those events could have helped lead both sides out of their turmoil I was convinced However, it was fiction Wasn t it Brilliant Someone Has To Pay has given me the rare opportunity and first time experience to write a review about a first time author and I must say I was not disappointed Joe McCoubrey did a brilliant job in addressing the horrors of political troubles during the period of the IRA bringing us from Ireland, Scotland, Britain and America and back again His characters were very believable as were sights, sounds, action and terrorists attacks from both sides At certain points in the back I actu Brilliant Someone Has To Pay has given me the rare opportunity and first time experience to write a review about a first time author and I must say I was not disappointed Joe McCoubrey did a brilliant job in addressing the horrors of political troubles during the period of the IRA bringing us from Ireland, Scotland, Britain and America and back again His characters were very believable as were sights, sounds, action and terrorists attacks from both sides At certain points in the back I actually felt I was a participant in the battles watching the backs of the others.There are bombings, assassinations, secret meetings and plots to take down the IRA There is a real place called Bishopscourt and what is Storm 74 role in all this And the biggest question is why Someone Has to Pay A great read Joe McCoubrey and 5 stars it is Set during the Irish Troubles this counter terrorist thriller is helped by the background of the author who, if I m not mistaken, may knowthan he lets on My own experiences of Northern Ireland could find little to fault with this rather accurate, at least in many ways, portrayal of events the make up the background A fictional account of the actions taken by both sides just before the ceasefire I didn t think I was going to enjoy this read, but enjoy it I did Highly recommended. Exciting and well researched story from Joe McCoubrey.Takes the reader on a rollercoaster ride from start to finish.Believable characters and a fast paced storyline make for great reading.McCoubrey s protaganist, special agent Mike Devon and his archenemy Fergal McSweeney play a cat and mouse game throughout the book but who will come off the winner I read the novel over one weekend and can t wait for the author s follow up This book is sure to propel Joe McCoubrey to the forefront of thriller Exciting and well researched story from Joe McCoubrey.Takes the reader on a rollercoaster ride from start to finish.Believable characters and a fast paced storyline make for great reading.McCoubrey s protaganist, special agent Mike Devon and his archenemy Fergal McSweeney play a cat and mouse game throughout the book but who will come off the winner I read the novel over one weekend and can t wait for the author s follow up This book is sure to propel Joe McCoubrey to the forefront of thriller writers Someone Has To Pay Someone Has To Pay *Free ⇶ Someone Has To Pay ↶ As the search for peace in Ireland gathers momentum, British counter terrorism agent, Mike Devon, is handed a chilling mission put the IRA out of business at any costHe assembles an elite undercover squad determined to neutralise the entire IRA leadership Kidnap, torture and shoot to kill tactics are all on Devon s agenda as he sets about the task with a ruthlessness the IRA has never before had to faceBut the IRA has its own specialist operative Cold hearted assassin Fergal McSweeney is brought out of semi retirement to launch one final murderous campaign against the British establishmentBefore settling for peace both sides are determined to first win the ultimate victoryDevon and McSweeney had clashed years before in Chicago in an operation that ended the life of the British agent s girlfriend Now it has become personalThe action races from Chicago to London, and from Belfast to Glasgow, before climaxing in a final bloody showdown in the suburbs of DublinWhen the dust settles who will walk away Someone Has To Pay is the debut thriller of Irish writer Joe McCoubrey, a former journalist who worked through the worst of the Irish troubles His insight and knowledge of the period provides an authentic backdrop for a story as uncompromising as the people and events that shaped the history of a troubled land