Britain it seems, has more enemies than friends... When a radical group of extremists launch a terror campaign on the streets of Britain, a frantic hunt begins to find those responsible. But what seems a simple case of terrorism quickly reveals other, more sinister forces at work. As Nick Torr follows a dangerous trail that stretches from the hostile streets of Cairo to Paris, London, Kenya, Somalia and finally Washington, it becomes clear that this is no straightforward dirty war. Nick’s investigation into brutal murders, double deals and illegal black operations, leads him to a startling discovery of a conspiracy that has its dark roots in the heart of Moscow and personal treachery.
R. J. Dillon has written in one form or another for most of his professional life, firstly as a copywriter then as an academic and latterly as a full-time writer of fiction. Born in the North West of England, he obtained a first class honours degree in English and History from Manchester Polytechnic, an MA in Visual Culture from Lancaster University where he also successfully completed a Ph.D in History. The Oktober Projekt marked the first in a series of novels based around the British Secret Intelligence Service's (SIS), Covert Operations Directorate, CO8. He is married with two children and lives on the Lancashire coast, where he devotes his time to writing fiction, walking and reading.
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