The Kingfisher Secret

The Kingfisher Secret

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THIS SHOCKING CONSPIRACY THRILLER IS A WORK OF FICTION. MOSTLY.
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What if the President of the United States is a foreign intelligence asset?

It's October 2016. A loud, brash businessman with a history of shady dealings and sexual misbehaviour is a serious contender to win the presidency. Even a porn star's credible allegations don't seem to slow him down.

But his most dangerous secrets may be hidden behind the former Iron Curtain.

Journalist Grace Elliot is dispatched to Europe, hot on the trail of a story so big it could blow up the entire election - if she can stay alive long enough to tell it:

The man who might become President was married to a Czech woman with a beguiling and contradictory past, no records, and no history - and who has all the hallmarks of a Soviet intelligence asset.

Her codename is Kingfisher.
And her mission is almost complete...

THE AUTHOR HAS CHOSEN TO REMAIN ANONYMOUS OUT OF CONCERN FOR THE SAFETY OF HIS OR HER SOURCES.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 384 pages
  • 153 x 234 x 28mm | 465g
  • Century
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 9781529123739
  • 830,160

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"This gulp-in-one-go conspiracy thriller... has some pretty scary parallels to recent events (in fact, it's written anonymously because the author based the story on real information from a protected source - oo-er!)" Sunday on Sunday, Fabulous Magazine
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This gulp-in-one-go conspiracy thriller... has some pretty scary parallels to recent events (in fact, it's written anonymously because the author based the story on real information from a protected source - oo-er!) * Sunday on Sunday, Fabulous Magazine * Eventful storytelling - Best Recent Thrillers Roundup * Barry Forshaw, Guardian * A tantalizing new thriller . . . there is great house-of-mirrors fun to be had. * The Globe and Mail * [A] suggestive thriller . . . There are lots of twists and turns, red herrings, and characters to follow . . . even when truth is stranger than fiction, this bit of fiction is satisfyingly offbeat. * Kirkus * [A] political thriller that is at once entertaining, frightening and thought-provoking * Calgary Herald *
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About Alex Urban

THE AUTHOR HAS CHOSEN TO REMAIN ANONYMOUS OUT OF CONCERN FOR THE SAFETY OF HIS OR HER SOURCES.
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703 ratings
3.6 out of 5 stars
5 19% (135)
4 35% (249)
3 34% (240)
2 8% (59)
1 3% (20)
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