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Killing Rage | Paperback

Released on 04 June 1998

Author: Eamon Collins | Format: Paperback

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Eamon Collins was murdered on Wednesday, January 27, 1999, while walking his dogs near his home in Northern Ireland, in what was called a revenge killing by the IRA. His legacy is Killing Rage, widely seen as the most uncomfortable and honest book ever written about the IRA and the self-deluding mentality of terrorism.

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This book is about ira informer eamon collins and is easily as good as fifty dead men walking. Collins was a member of the south down bigade of the ira and from the early 80s was working for british military intellegence. A superb story that will have u hooked. 4/5

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AuthorEamon Collins & Mick McGovern
PublisherGranta Books (United Kingdom)
Year1998
ISBN9781862070479
FormatPaperback - 400 Pages