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Titel: A Ticket to Tewkesbury
Autor/en: James Neal
Autor/en: James Neal
Pneuma Springs Publishing
30. September 2008 - kartoniert - 170 Seiten
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"Who is the Mole?
When Julie Martin discovered a fifty year old love letter, little did she know that it would trigger a chain of events which had its roots in the death throes of Nazi Germany. Revelations in the secret files to which it led, threatened the very foundations of democracy in Britain.
The love story of Roger Fretwell and Madeline Colson weaves its magical course through the story and draws together the forces of MI5 and ""The Organisation"", in a struggle for the secret documents kept hidden for nearly fifty years.
George Watkinson, head of the secret service is locked in fierce conflict with Detective Alan Mason, ""The Organisation"" front man; he discovers a mole within MI5, but there could be others. Intrigue and murder follow in the wake of a race for supremacy from which only one winner can emerge."
Neal James (pen name), an accountant from Derbyshire began writing in 2007 when one of his short stories made it into the top ten of an international competition. He realised that he had a wealth of factual information at his fingertips which he could convert into fiction. His background is that of a miner's son. Educated through the state system to degree level, he found work after college in accounting and that is where his qualifications lie. However, a broad industrial working life has provided him with sufficient data to mould a number of plotlines into novels. Neal James is the author of "A Ticket to Tewkesbury" and "Short Stories Volume One", "Two Little Dicky Birds" and "Threads of Deceit". There has been coverage of Neal's work in the local press; The Derby Evening Telegraph, The Ripley & Heanor News, and the Derbyshire and Radio Derby.
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