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Who was the mole called Albatross? Was he Brigadier James White, the revered head of British Intelligence? Was he Humphrey Grant, his second-in-command? Was he Jon Kidson, the perfect technocrat and brother-in-law to the woman assigned to unearth Russia's most deadly mole? Was he Tony Walden, the man assigned to be the woman's cover? British Intelligence had to find out before it was too late for Britain and perhaps even the world . . .
It was the dream Max had been having since the war. The dream of those horrifying, final moments, the dying man and his last desperate words; Suddenly, it starts again but now it is real.
The Defector He was her mission: Ivan Sasanov, top KGB agent and a potentially important defector. She was his debriefer Davina Graham, a dedicated British operative who made her work her life. But he was lonely and bored, and he missed his family. So she took him home. When she fell in love with Sasanov, Davina Graham already knew that he would only co-operate if they brought his wife and daughter out of Russia. It was an almost impossible mission booby-trapped by treachery and studded with deceit but it was one for which she had to volunteer.
In 1944, Brunnerman of the Gestapo interrogated a French Resistance agent, Terese. They were enemies But in another time, they could have been lovers. Twenty years later, they face each other again.
[from the back cover] "Romantic Suspense A Place to Hide is a stirring tale of political intrigue and terrorism, of a family tragically torn between love and loyalty. Frank Arbuthnot's Irish Catholic mother died giving him birth, and from that moment he was hated by his father, a wealthy Anglo-Irishman. Only the strong bond of love forged with his half-sister, Claire, sustains Frank, and when Claire marries and moves to England, he is easily persuaded by his mother's relatives to become a Catholic loyalist. Hearing that her brother is missing, Claire sets out on a terrifying journey across Ireland to find him, the love of her youth, now under the sway of a beautiful IRA terrorist and a pawn in the murderous game of Irish politics."
In 1837 an 18-year-old girl ascended the throne of Great Britain. Much has been written about the Marriage of the Queen to the sensitive and country-loving Albert, but little has been said about the angry struggle that took place between husband and wife before before Victoria finally surrenderred to her love for him.
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