"The Coal'd War" by James Alan Thompson is published

Top Quote Thriller about two people on opposites sides of the Iron Curtain brought together by chance and separated by world politics. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) May 06, 2016 - "The Coal'd War" by James Alan Thompson is published, About the Book: This is a riveting thriller about two men whose lives are put into peril by circumstances that either could never have imagined. In his debut, Thompson delivers a fast-paced thriller, exploring unique aspects of the Cold War with an intriguing international dimension. In a desperate attempt to save a failing Soviet Union, the leadership of the USSR devises a plan to bring about political destabilisation of the UK using the British Trade Union movement in general and the Coal Miners Union in particular.

    In an adventure reminiscent of a John Le Carre novel, the heroes steal top secret documents from the office of the Head of the Russian Secret Service that identifies agents and traitors on either side of the Iron Curtain and uses them as their passport to a new life in Britain - the problem is "How to get there?"

    Excerpt from "The Coal'd War":
    "With the door closed Plakinov swept the open palm of his hand across his body indicating that the men should sit.
    When his guests were seated he stood up saying 'Komrads!' Then he walked around his desk in the spacious office and stood before a large map of the world situated in the middle of the wall opposite.
    Cheslav and Andrei swung around in their swivel chairs to face the map.
    'Komrads' Plakinov repeated as he picked up a long wooden pointer.
    'Our Leader has given us the task of creating economic difficulties for our enemies in Western Europe. In the past we have spread our resources. As from today I want to concentrate all of our efforts on one target; England. Let me tell you why.'"

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    Press/Media Contact Details:
    New Generation Publishing
    Tel. 01234 712 064
    E-mail: info ( @ ) newgeneration-publishing dot com
    ISBN #978-1910266540

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