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August 2009 Book of the Month.
An ex-SAS family man is employed on an ad hoc basis by MI5. He goes undercover to get closer to a fraudster who, after becoming a grass in prison, is released early … and so the fun begins. Terrorist threats, rivalry, revenge and duplicity heat up the plot which develops into a good beach read. It is the second in a series to feature ex-firearms officer Paul Tallis.
Paul Tallis also features in a number of other thrillers by E V Seymour:
The Last Exile
Land of Ghosts
The Mephisto Threat
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Ex-army. Ex-police. Unofficial MI5 spook.
Meet Paul Tallis - a spy for the 21st Century. In Istanbul, crime journalist Garry Morello is executed in cold blood. Moments before his death, he meets with old friend Paul Tallis, hinting that he has uncovered a link between international terrorism and organised crime back home.
On the run from the Turkish authorities, Tallis makes his way back to London and passes the Intel to his MI5 handler. Sent undercover in Birmingham to investigate the threat, Tallis' mission is to infiltrate the inner circle of crime boss Johnny Kennedy. Once inside, Tallis must determine if the charismatic gangster is involved in planning the biggest terrorist attack on Britain - or if his MI5 paymasters are the ones he should be watching.
Closing date: 11/10/2018
Publication date: 21/08/2009
Publisher: MIRA Books
|Publication date:||21st August 2009|
|Author:||E V Seymour|
|Genres:||Action Adventure / Spy, Books of the Month, Crime / Mystery, eBook Favourites, Thriller / Suspense,|
E.V. Seymour was born in West Bromwich in the West Midlands and spent much of her early years in the surrounding area. Through an unhappy chain of events, she was sent away to school in Malvern then Cheltenham, later fleeing institutional life for the bright lights of the Edinburgh Festival. Captivated by the city, she decided to stay – home being a grotty bed-sit next to a football ground – and paid the rent by selling stationery supplies.After a move to London, she began an arts degree, which she dropped out of to join a public relations consultancy &...More About E V Seymour