Four Shots in the Night: A True Story of Spies, Murder and Justice in Northern Ireland, tells the extraordinary true story of how the death of a British spy inside the IRA led to the biggest murder investigation in British history. On 26th May 1986 the body of an undercover British agent was found by the side of a muddy lane with a rope around its wrists and tape over each eye.

Speaker Henry Hemming is the Sunday Times bestselling author of six non-fiction books, including ‘M: Maxwell Knight – MI5’s Greatest Spymaster’; the Doman Travel Award shortlisted ‘Misadventure in the Middle East’ and the New York Times bestseller, ‘The Ingenious Mr Pyke’. ‘Four Shots in the Night’ is his latest book. Henry was last with us in 2017. We look forward to another fascinating talk about a book described as “a compulsive blend of investigative journalism and true crime thriller.”
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