On July 7, 2005, London became a nightmare when bombs on tube trains and a bus exploded, killing passengers and injuring much more. The terror attacks were blamed on four young Islamic men with bombs in their backpacks. The four men were monitored by Special Branch and the police from Leeds to London, but they didn't arrest the bombers! Why?
How is it that an exercise about crisis management turned into an actually emergency?”
How do the Bombers use the actual locations?
After ten years of questions about what happened the fateful day, Joab Rackham, an investigative journalist uncovers a much more sinister scenario, one that governments want to keep hidden at all costs.
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About the Author
Hi, my nom de plume is Chris Deggs. I live in the stunning Tweed Valley in New South Wales Australia. I am retired and single. I classify myself as a Science-Art visual artist/author. I love researching, writing and publishing my stories and articles. My stories usually have a ethical message, such as 'Nanofuture - the small things in life'. I enjoy writing 'mostly' novels, although I do write Science-Art articles and books. My Books are available in print from Feedaread, and are sold through smashwords in a wide variety of e Book platforms. I look forward to your comments. I hope you enjoy my stories.