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by Bradby, Tom

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TitleShadow dancer
Author / Responsible partyBradby, Tom
GenreSuspense stories.
TopicsSuspense stories. Women terrorists -- Northern Ireland -- Fiction. Informers -- Northern Ireland -- Fiction. Intelligence service -- GreatBritain -- Fiction. Northern Ireland -- Politics and government -- 1998- -- Fiction.
Intended AudienceAdult
PublisherVisAbility Ltd.


Colette McVeigh: widow: mother: terrorist. A woman who has lived the Republican cause for all her 29 years. A woman whose brothers are both heavily involved at senior levels in the IRA, whose husband was killed by the British security forces. A woman who is now an informer for MI5. Arrested in an aborted bombing attempt in London, Colette is given two choices: talk, and see her children again; or stay silent and spend the rest of her life watching them grow up from behind the bars of a prison cell.

Additional Information

System control numberS13602
Original Print PublisherLondon : Bantam Press, 1998.
NarratorBryan Murray.
Narrator NameBryan Murray.
Participant or performer noteBryan Murray.
Narrators GenderMale narrator