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Song of treason [text (large print)] / Jeremy Duns.

By: Duns, Jeremy, 1973-.
Contributor(s): Duns, Jeremy, 1973-. Free country.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Duns, Jeremy, Paul Dark trilogy: 02.; Paul Dark trilogy: 2.Publisher: Leicester : Charnwood, 2012Edition: Large print edition.Description: 336 pages (large print) ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781444810479 (hbk.); 1444810472 (hbk.).Subject(s): Large type books | Intelligence officers -- England -- London -- Fiction | Espionage, British -- Fiction | Espionage, Russian -- Fiction | Conspiracies -- Fiction | Nineteen sixties -- FictionGenre/Form: Thrillers (Fiction) | Spy stories. | Large type books. | Action and adventure fiction. | Detective and mystery fiction.DDC classification: 823.92 Online resources: Click here to access online Summary: It is May 1969, and MI6 double agent Paul Dark stands alongside mourners at the funeral of Sir Colin Templeton; the former head of the organisation, the man he knew simply as 'Chief' - and the man he killed in cold blood. Dark has got away with it, evading the attentions of both his fellow British spies and the KGB operatives to whom he long ago pledged loyalty. But that precarious security is about to be shattered, launching Dark back into the heart of an international conspiracy and making him a target for both exposure and assassination.
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Blackmailed into serving Moscow, double agent Paul Dark now finds himself a target for both exposure and assassination. Desperate to escape his predicament, Dark gambles everything on one last throw of the dice, exposing his Soviet handler to the British. But before long, he finds he has no choice but to go on the run again.

Originally published: London: Simon & Schuster, 2010.

Complete and unabridged.

Also published under the title "Free country"

Includes bibliographical references.

It is May 1969, and MI6 double agent Paul Dark stands alongside mourners at the funeral of Sir Colin Templeton; the former head of the organisation, the man he knew simply as 'Chief' - and the man he killed in cold blood. Dark has got away with it, evading the attentions of both his fellow British spies and the KGB operatives to whom he long ago pledged loyalty. But that precarious security is about to be shattered, launching Dark back into the heart of an international conspiracy and making him a target for both exposure and assassination.

Adult.

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