A Mole in the Hand

A Mole in the Hand

by Walter Frederick

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A Mole in the Hand by Walter Frederick

A Mole in the Hand

Could there be a coup d’état in Britain??

It is 2014 and Britain is being torn apart by civil unrest as Trades Unions and protest groups join forces to fight austerity measures. The Coalition Government nears the end of its first term, and city centre riots force the imposition of special powers with nightly curfews.

Richard Mastin, a public relations expert, is visited by an American friend now a senior CIA Officer. He issues Mastin with a challenge, and within days he uncovers a plot for a British coup. Mastin is pitted against ex-KGB officers, preparing to unleash hundreds of moles, under cover for decades.

Mastin discovers MPs, senior civil servants, and police officers - who were recruited during the Soviet Era.

Mastin’s life and family are threatened. He enlists help from old British friends and new American friends. Key recruit is beautiful TV Producer Juliana Weston.

He crosses the Atlantic to fight the planned coup. In a dramatic ending he flees to rural Tuscany with all of the computer files without which the coup cannot be launched.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940045141345
Publisher: Walter Frederick
Publication date: 11/30/2012
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 425 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Roger Boaden (aka Walter Frederick) was born in Newark, Nottinghamshire, England. He spent thirty years working for the Conservative Party, and during that time managed three election campaign tours for Sir Edward Heath, followed by three for Baroness Thatcher (Margaret Thatcher). He also held a number of key posts in the party's organisation. In 1988 he left to lead the successful campaign, widely supported by the general public, to modernise England's outdated and restrictive Sunday trading laws. He has two daughters from his first marriage, Vicki and Fiona, and five grandchildren. In 2002 after serious ill-health he moved with his second wife to France to live in rural Haute Vienne, to the south of Limoges. It is there he finished this book, and he is now working on the follow-up for his central hero Richard Mastin, entitled 'Sand in my Shoe'.

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