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By Bill Granger

E-book 10 of a thirteen publication sequence published among 1979 and 1993. Being published first time in booklet shape beginning in 2014 a number of at a time.

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It starts off in Sweden. A low-level defection through a Russian sailor in Stockholm coincides with the robbery of severe tapes at a high-level Soviet-American convention in Malmo. At stake is a cosmopolitan trojan horse in all likelihood extra deadly that any organic plague in heritage. From Paris to Copenhagen to Washington to the Vatican, adversaries once again locate themselves on contrary facets: Henry McGee, the traitorous, possible indestructible double agent, and Devereaux, code identify November, waging his own, lethal warfare for--and against--both the CIA and the KGB.

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Checking the paper used to be no longer precisely a question of carbon courting. the purpose used to be to try Viktor Rusinov. To make a human judgment. The judgment you made that he was once real. ” “But the message itself…” Devereaux permit the sentence fragment dangle within the air. “Viktor Rusinov after which Rolf Gustafson, and in either circumstances the messenger turns into tips to consultant us to the message. ” Hanley placed down his cup. “Why did Rolf Gustafson make a mistake? ” Devereaux requested. “And why was once Michael Hampton selected to obtain the error? ” “What’s very important is the tape,” Hanley acknowledged. “Who acknowledged that? ” “The Russians. I spent a nasty hour with a unpleasant guy from Langley named Vaughn Reuben. they've got positioned Langley on our case, Devereaux. it truly is unthinkable, yet there it really is. He desires to understand why you probably did no longer off the girl and why you killed Soviet brokers. ” “I advised you: I don’t kill people,” Devereaux stated. “The Russians imagine it is a trick, that we’re doing the previous cold-war booga-booga. ” “It is hard to have tough neighbors. ” “Are you telling me the entire fact? Is there trickery concerned? ” Hanley requested. “Whose trick? ” “You’re asking questions with no solutions. ” “We simply don’t be aware of the solutions yet,” Devereaux acknowledged. after which he determined to inform Hanley a part of it, a part of the bigger puzzle that had occupied him because his interview with the lady who ran the lodge Adornes. “Who resembles a mild guy with very black, very suggest eyes and darkish hair and big arms? And a scarred cheek the place a few shotgun pellets embedded themselves? ” “Henry McGee,” Hanley stated within the means of a guy acknowledging a loss of life. “They took Rena. Henry is operating. ” “He had a witness,” Hanley stated. “And didn’t appear to care. What do you're thinking that Henry is in all of this? ” “Henry used to be one of many names at the message the sailor stole from the Leo Tolstoy. Our actual sailor,” Hanley stated. “Linked to anything referred to as Skarda. ” “And he escapes from a federal corrections center,” Devereaux acknowledged. “And now he’s curious about this tape enterprise. we need to discover what was once at the tape. ” “That’s why we’re after—” “No. It has to return. To Sweden. we need to return and discover what used to be at the tape. ” “There’s no means. Mrs. Neumann is checking out how little clout she has. nationwide intelligence is getting squashed through the secretary of kingdom. He has turn into higher than God, and that i imagine the president sleeps with him. They won’t let us know what’s so damned very important approximately what we’re trying to find, yet they’re going to carry us guilty if we don’t locate it. i need to save lots of part, Devereaux—that’s the one vital factor. And if we will be able to get our tit out of this wringer through homicide, we are going to do it. ” Devereaux had determined anything. He had determined it at the aircraft from Brussels to Heathrow. He couldn't clarify it to Hanley, simply because Hanley used to be on the different finish of items and this used to be whatever Hanley couldn't approve. Covert activities in intelligence are performed forever, yet there's an figuring out in intelligence that they're now not spoken of. Covert operations are played by means of intelligence companies simply because they're the rubbish males of presidency, those left to scrub up the messes and take the rubbish away and bury it.

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