By the author of The Russian and Murder in Miami. A classic story of a manhunt, an international thriller!
US Air Force Lt. Richard Silva's hell on earth begins in the fall of 1970, when his plane is shot down over North Vietnam. Silva is captured and taken to a POW camp where he is turned over to a shadowy interrogator who specializes in the systematic torture of American prisoners. Miraculously, Silva survives and returns to the US.
He finds an America that is profoundly different from the country he left. But America isn't the only thing that has changed. Silva's mind has been horribly altered. For him there is only one way out. Find the man who tortured him. Find him and kill him. With only a few clues to his enemy's true identity, Silva embarks on a manhunt.
Silva quickly penetrates a shadowy underworld of politicians, criminals, and intelligence agents in New York, Washington, and ultimately Paris. In France, he further burrows into a netherworld of professional killers, political extremists, cops, and assassins. Along the way, he finds romance with a beautiful young artist and rediscovers his own humanity, all the while drawing closer to the man he must murder in order to redeem his own soul.
This is a 2018 revised version of a novel originally published under the title Revenge to rave reviews by Dial/Doubleday.
"A tense bloody trail to a grim climax!" (Liverpool Daily Post)
"Revenge is....an intricate spine chiller....Bloody good!" (The New York Times)
"Ingenious and fast paced without a wasted word." (Chicago Tribune)