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undercover200A football player’s agent called Lydia Gallagher has her family kidnapped during a visit to Northern Ireland. But undercover cop Cormac Kelly has infiltrated the gang. Lydia’s husband is shot and Kelly is forced to blow his cover. He managed to save their lives but becomes suspicious that the gang was being helped by someone within the Police Service of Northern Ireland. Meanwhile, Lydia turns to a Scot called McGoldrick to help get her family back. Twists, turns, police corruption and non-stop action – read our full review here.

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