Queen and Country: Declassified, Vol. 3: Sons and Daughters

Queen Country Declassified returns and this time Minder and former S.A.S officer Nicholas Poole is in the sights The troubles in Northern Ireland place Poole his S.A.S comrades in the middle of a conflict between a rogue IRA killer and his target, a politician who wants peace through the removal of the British Military from Northern Ireland But can there bQueen Country Declassified returns and this time Minder and former S.A.S officer Nicholas Poole is in the sights The troubles in Northern Ireland place Poole his S.A.S comrades in the middle of a conflict between a rogue IRA killer and his target, a politician who wants peace through the removal of the British Military from Northern Ireland But can there be peace as generations of conflict continue to exact a fatal toll on the sons and daughters of those that came before
Queen and Country Declassified Vol Sons and Daughters Queen Country Declassified returns and this time Minder and former S A S officer Nicholas Poole is in the sights The troubles in Northern Ireland place Poole his S A S comrades in the middle of a conf

  • Title: Queen and Country: Declassified, Vol. 3: Sons and Daughters
  • Author: Antony Johnston Greg Rucka Christopher Mitten
  • ISBN: 9781932664355
  • Page: 168
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Queen and Country: Declassified, Vol. 3: Sons and Daughters”

    1. I think this was the only volume of Queen and Country not written by Greg Rucka, and it was a huge testament to writer Antony Johnston that I didn't even notice until after I'd read it. He did a great job of capturing the feel of the series and really didn't miss a beat.This final volume of Declassified focused on Agent Poole and an altercation with the IRA. Not much to say other than another great story with plenty of action and good art to boot.Sadly Ive now read every volume, so I suppose I'l [...]

    2. Really good, and I had no idea this installment existed,until the other day, visiting my local comic shop's bargain bin. This is the only bit of Queen & Country not written by Greg Rucka. Now I'll be looking again for Johnston's authorial work.Art was good, too.If you like spy fiction, do read Queen & Country.

    3. I didn't pick up on the apt title ("Sons and Daughters") until I closed the book but it is pretty great. This is a quick, action packed read with great realism for late 20th century Ireland and the forces involved. I was surprised it doesn't connect with the Queen & Country series proper except for a single character (and really it isn't needed to add to his backstory) but it is a good stand-alone contribution to the Rucka world.

    4. Really enjoyed this, while being hesitant to recommend it on account of my very limited knowledge about the complexity of Ireland's socio-political landscape. For someone with no stake in the matter, it was well done.

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