The murky world of the secret service and international terrorism comes to a Cornish seaside village, against a background of Britain, gripped by civil disorder. Divided by the Miners' Strike, and struck by IRA atrocities in 1984.
A reluctant heir, Rob Nicolson former Royal Marine Commando, arrives in Cornwall to claim the legacy of 'Kantara' his late aunt's bungalow. A letter and diaries from his dead aunt takes him back to World War II espionage. He begins to investigate and sets in motion a chain of violent events that involve Naval Intelligence, MI5, and the IRA.
On the shores of a Californian lake the story reaches its bleak and stunning conclusion.
This is the third thriller from the pen of Mark Simmons. His work has been compared to the stories of Desmond Bagley and Alistair MacLean.
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