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The Devil's Bullet

£6.99

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From the Inside Flap :-
"EXMOOR is alive with legend and history.It's ancient memorials and glorious coastline,it's isolated great houses and its roaming beasts,have inspired writers over the centuries.
Jerry Dan brings something new to the mixture with his intricate knowledge of the history of World War Two, and stranger-than-fiction events in the convoluted world of Cold War espionage. He has woven together a series of fascinating stories involving Exmoor, all based very largely on fact.
From the mysteries of Glenthorne and German U-boats moored nearby in the Bristol Channel,and now derelict wartime establishments that once housed men on secret operations as Britain faced the threat of German invasion, total's of spies and spycatchers in the most secure spheres of government, and Soviet defectors.
`The devil's bullet' is a term still used by assassins who work for the most secret department of the Russian Intelligence Services:every Russian defector is targeted for assassination.
The final story is a true tale of heroism in 1942, in the marshland of Porlock."
Book in very condition with clean pages throughout and securely bound.Printed in 2009.

Item details

Author(s):
Jerry Dan
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
22.3 x 14.4 x 1.7cm
Edition:
2009 reprint
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-13:
9780956235602
Number of pages:
172
Publisher:
Black Lab Books

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About this item

From the Inside Flap :-
"EXMOOR is alive with legend and history.It's ancient memorials and glorious coastline,it's isolated great houses and its roaming beasts,have inspired writers over the centuries.
Jerry Dan brings something new to the mixture with his intricate knowledge of the history of World War Two, and stranger-than-fiction events in the convoluted world of Cold War espionage. He has woven together a series of fascinating stories involving Exmoor, all based very largely on fact.
From the mysteries of Glenthorne and German U-boats moored nearby in the Bristol Channel,and now derelict wartime establishments that once housed men on secret operations as Britain faced the threat of German invasion, total's of spies and spycatchers in the most secure spheres of government, and Soviet defectors.
`The devil's bullet' is a term still used by assassins who work for the most secret department of the Russian Intelligence Services:every Russian defector is targeted for assassination.
The final story is a true tale of heroism in 1942, in the marshland of Porlock."
Book in very condition with clean pages throughout and securely bound.Printed in 2009.

Author(s):
Jerry Dan
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
22.3 x 14.4 x 1.7cm
Edition:
2009 reprint
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-13:
9780956235602
Number of pages:
172
Publisher:
Black Lab Books

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