• Paperback
  • 232
  • Dominic Torr
  • English
  • 14 August 2018
  • 9781848765702

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summary HOODWINK ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Le endIt is the women Katya and Cynthia Pyle MI5's top spinster who upset a cosy male environment And it's the psychology of the varied cast that determines the twists of the story We meet 'straight' French Canadian lawyer Guy Monceau appalled when his 'hoodwink' is removed; his 'big Mason' partner Jeremy Street obsessed with burying a multitude of sins; nervy John Almond reluctant spy inside Freemasons' Hall; Giulio Scatta a MasonMafia 'interface' and his 'heavy' Rodge J.


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summary HOODWINK ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF The Russian President discovers that he has inherited an old Soviet operation to destabilise the British Establishment by exploding a vast Masonic scandal when Russia's 'illegal resident' urbane Kate Holland Katya Bezsmertnik 'defects' in New York The President's 'nyet' is thwarted by outmoded technology and Katya's love affair with Edmund Rossington Bart her chief source on Masonic misdoings Murder treason Mafia and CIA involvement lead to swift action and an unpreductab.