The Red Britain Chronicles, or 4891: Comrade Cat, the Macho Axe Effect and the Human Gramophone

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Humans will always look for something they could fear or hate. What else would you expect from a world where stability and peace are believed to be achieved only through the build-up of the deadliest weapons and where our whole history is - no, not a struggle between Good and Evil - but a struggle of love for man against man's greed and vanity?
When Alex, an aspiring economic refugee, who is made to pose as a political victim, changes his mind and decides to stay in his ...
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Overview

Humans will always look for something they could fear or hate. What else would you expect from a world where stability and peace are believed to be achieved only through the build-up of the deadliest weapons and where our whole history is - no, not a struggle between Good and Evil - but a struggle of love for man against man's greed and vanity?
When Alex, an aspiring economic refugee, who is made to pose as a political victim, changes his mind and decides to stay in his homeland, his unscrupulous immigration lawyers smuggle him, unconscious, to the UK. Recovering his senses, he finds himself in the company of two more similarly smuggled immigrants and an undercover security agent, who has been watching a human trafficking ring, believing that he has been ordered to infiltrate this little party as a means of identifying the traffickers.
As the three others find themselves penniless with nowhere to go, the agent takes them to a haunted house that he thinks to be one of the properties of the Agency and whose ghost he takes for a high-tech communication device installed there to facilitate direct contact with his Boss who is more like a father to him than a grouchy old fool...
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781452835037
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 6/21/2010
  • Pages: 374
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.77 (d)

Meet the Author

This is the second book by Alexander Mathew, an author who tries to penetrate human nature and understand why we do not believe in being severe with ourselves.
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