A Darker Place (Sean Dillon, Book 16) by Jack Higgins

By Jack Higgins

Dissatisfied with the Putin govt, well-known Russian author and ex-paratrooper Alexander Kurbsky makes a decision he desires to disappear into the West. even though he's less than no illusions approximately how the inside track might be greeted at domestic - he has obvious too lots of his countrymen die mysteriously by the hands of the thuggish Russian defense prone, so he makes tricky plans with Charles Ferguson, Sean Dillon and the remainder of the crowd recognized informally because the "Prime Minister's deepest army" for his break out and concealment. It's a true coup for the West... with the exception of something. Kurbsky continues to be operating for the Russians. The plan is to infiltrate British and American intelligence on the optimum degrees, and he has his personal motivations for doing the best activity attainable. He doesn't care what he has to do or the place he has to go... or whom he has to kill

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Then Rebecca remembered coming home from work to find a white business envelope in her mailbox. She opened it as she climbed the stairs to her apartment. When she read State versus Roy Smythson, a wave of memories flooded over her and fear returned. She walked into her apartment and remembered everything as if it had happened just a few hours before. As her mind replayed the horror of that night, she began to cry. She didn’t want to go through it all again. She had moved, and moved on with her life.

So she drove the hour drive back to Fort Collins, unsure of what was pulling her. Rebecca unlocked the front door of her upstairs apartment, her keys jingling. Her cat Buddy was not meowing on the other side, awaiting her entrance as she normally did. It struck her as odd, but she continued inside. Buddy walked from her bedroom followed by Roy Smythson. ” Roy was somebody Rebecca had dated, but she hadn’t seen him for several months. “Hi, how are you? I thought I’d surprise you,” he said, reaching out to give her a hug.

She skipped over the three spare bedrooms each with its own bathroom. Those doors remained closed so Lily wouldn’t go in and knock the pillows off the beds. Rebecca always told Lily that she got that trait from her father, because Jack didn’t like throw pillows either. Rebecca and Jack spent many nights laughing as Lily would walk up and down the length of their large sectional in the living room knocking every loose pillow off the couch onto the floor. Because Jack and Rebecca were tidy people and they had a housekeeper who came every Friday, there really wasn’t much for Rebecca to do.

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