The defining mission of Mai Fisher’s nearly 40-year career as an operative for the United Nations Intelligence Directorate occurred in the mid-1980s when she went undercover in the IRA, a mission she almost didn’t survive. Her task? Destroy a shipment of Semtex before it could be distributed among other IRA cells, but the bomb she made exploded too soon. Nine IRA members died in their sleep, a burden Fisher carried the rest of her active career.
Then, a British soldier has a secret he needs to tell her before he dies, and the telling of it sends Fisher on a trip backwards through her sketchy memory of that mission and its aftermath, which left her with a raging case of PTSD and an almost-broken marriage.
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