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A Big Boy did it and Ran Away

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  1. (2001), is Christopher Brookmyre's sixth novel

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  2. Anti-terrorist forces are put on alert when it is learned that the notorious international terrorist the Black Spirit plans to perform an attack on an unknown British target

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  3. features the first appearance of policewoman Angelique de Xavia, who is one of the main characters in The Sacred Art of Stealing (2002)

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  4. Angelique de Xaviae: Police officer, who also turns up in a couple of Brookmyre's other novels, The Sacred Art of Stealing and A Snowball in Hell (2008)

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  5. Simon Darcourt: International terrorist-for-hire, who returns in Brookmyre's other novel, A Snowball in Hell (2008)

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