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The Falklands Intercept By Crispin Black

The Falklands Intercept by Crispin Black

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Verney - Chief of Defence Intelligence - is found dead due to a supposed heart attack. Celia Nevinson, head of MI5, is suspicious and asks Daniel Jacot to go on a secret mission. He must dig through world of the intelligence forces, as well as the painful realm of his past, as an officer in the Falklands, to discover the clandestine truth.

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The Falklands Intercept by Crispin Black

In the shadowy world of British intelligence there is only one man Lady Nevinson, the National Security Advisor, trusts for a highly-confidential private investigation - Daniel Jacot. Britain's chief of military intelligence is mysteriously found dead in the chambers of a Cambridge college, the night before a revelatory lecture about Scott's expedition to the Antarctic. There are no signs of a struggle and his door is locked from the inside. The trail leads Jacot back to the Falkland Islands, where his hands were horribly disfigured during the 1982 conflict, forcing him to revisit painful memories and mistakes. As his private life and investigation start to run together, the signs increasingly point to an inside job involving the international spy community. And now, they are after him...

About Crispin Black

A graduate of Cambridge, Crispin Black served in the Falklands and Northern Ireland before becoming an intelligence analyst at the Cabinet Office. He writes for The Times, Guardian, Telegraph and Independent on Sunday. The Falklands Intercept is based on his experiences, and is his first novel. He lives in Donhead St. Mary, Wiltshire, with his wife and two daughters.

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The Falklands Intercept by Crispin Black
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