Retired Tom Gallagher is traumatized by his past, an FBI agent in control of a disastrous operation, haunted by the guilt of innocent deaths.
He returns home to Dublin searching for a fresh start and a chance to re-establish his relationship with his daughter Kate, who’s no longer the shy fourteen year old he remembers. But he is about to face a ghost he thought was long buried . . .
Keith Baker delivers cinematic live-action scenes with deadpan humour, bringing the characters in Reckoning to life and chilling the reader to the very last page.
'Move aside Jack Higgins, here comes Keith Baker.' Tribune Magazine