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By Brian Freemantle

As the airborne dirt and dust settles after the loss of life of the chilly conflict, Charlie Muffin needs to thwart a plan which can carry the area to the threshold of nuclear holocaust
 
It has been greater than 5 years because the cave in of the Soviet Union, and Charlie Muffin, Britain’s cagiest undercover agent, is commencing to believe out of date. because the computing device of country intelligence is dismantled round him, he expects that he too will quickly be at the scrap heap. yet Britain wishes him in Russia another time.
 
Since the dying of the Soviet empire, Charlie’s previous stomping grounds have long gone to seed. The Communist forms has degenerated into chaos. Rampant corruption, coupled with effortless gangland funds, signifies that sickness reigns. within the anarchy, 250 kilograms of uranium is going lacking and Charlie needs to tune it down earlier than it is going to the top bidder.
 
This booklet good points an illustrated biography of Brian Freemantle together with infrequent photographs from the author’s own collection.

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Neither was she listed among interior Ministry executives supplied by Moscow station. Maybe, Charlie thought, Natalia had left instead of being transferred. Or perhaps been moved to another ministry like so many former British intelligence officers had switched to other, peripherally connected departments. From his Moscow enquiries Charlie learned the department’s existing intelligence chief was Thomas Bowyer, whom he had not previously known but who sent a personal welcome. The interchange provided Charlie with a further advantage, although at that stage he wasn’t sure how to utilize it: within an hour of the cable exchange between himself and Bowyer, Charlie was lectured by the deputy Director how Bowyer’s seniority had at all times to be respected, convincing Charlie of a back-channel link between London and Moscow upon which his performance and activities would be constantly monitored.

He’d made the protest to maintain his credibility, which was all that mattered. There were other, more essential parameters to be established: one more important than all others. ’ demanded Williams, sensing a danger. Because it would severely limit the enormous expenses benefits, thought Charlie. ’ He briefly hesitated, wondering if Natalia had transferred to the Interior Ministry, just as quickly thrusting the intrusion aside. ’ He turned his attention to Simpson, warming to his argument. ’ And then to Pacey.

His being there early was simply the politeness of a host. The two men arrived together, which surprised him, and precisely on time, which didn’t. The handshakes were perfunctory, without names: the namelessness had been their insistence from the beginning, after the initial confirmation of their identities, and Silin thought it theatrical but was quite prepared to go along with the pointless affectation. Both declined Silin’s hospitality, making it another pointless gesture. The seats made protesting noises when they sat and Silin’s skin itched at once at the thought of who had sat on the lounge chair before him: he didn’t lean back, wanting to minimize his contact with the upholstery as much as possible.

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