Bad Analysis

Bad Analysis

by Colin Knight

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Overview

When good intelligence becomes bad analysis, people die.

This is Wilson’s nightmare.

As communication intercepts, dead terrorists, and institutional blindness lead the Wests ‘five eyes’ intelligence community to conclude an Islamic attack against mainland Europe is imminent, Wilson, a crotchety, ‘old-school’ intelligence analyst, has doubts.

When a cryptic voice message, left by a murdered British intelligence officer, points to a traitor deep in the core of England’s domestic anti-terrorist organization MI5, Wilson’s doubts intensify.

Unable to convince his superiors that something else is going on, Wilson has no choice but to go rouge.

Out from behind his desk and in to the field, Wilson, untrained, desperate, and increasingly certain that the intelligence community is looking the wrong way, relies on his own brand of intelligence analysis.

Running for his life, Wilson begins to connect the dots and believes he has discovered a diabolical attack far more complex and terrifying than he could have imagined.

Is Wilson right and the entire intelligence community wrong?

Are Islamic terrorists planning an attack, or is something far more sinister going on?

Can Wilson overcome the Bad Analysis blinding his superiors?

Or will Wilson’s nightmare come true and people die?

“….. what you get is a complex plot which delivers a gradual build up to the end-game, full-speed-ahead action, a number of surprise twists, and a ‘damn fine conspiracy thriller’….”

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780994021946
Publisher: Colin Knight
Publication date: 01/09/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 324
File size: 288 KB

About the Author

Colin Knight was born in Manchester, England in 1962 and immigrated to Canada in 1987. He holds a BA Honors Degree in Political Science, and a MA Degree in International Relations. In 1999, he joined the Canadian government and for fifteen years held a variety of positions with the Department of Foreign Affairs, the Canadian International Development Agency, Public Safety Canada, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, and most recently, the Canadian Prime Minister's Privy Council Office. Colin retired from government in 2014 and lives in Ottawa, Canada with his wife and three children.

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