Could there be a coup d’état in Britain? Richard Mastin finds himself caught up in a plot for a British coup. He is pitted against ex-KGB officers, preparing to unleash hundreds of moles, under cover for decades, and discovers MPs, senior civil servants, and police officers - recruited during the Soviet Era. Mastin enlists help from British and American friends to help him fight the coup.
A MOLE IN THE HAND
It is 2014 and Britain is being torn apart by civil unrest as Trades Unions and protest groups join forces to fight austerity measures. The Coalition Government nears the end of its first term, and city centre riots force the imposition of special powers with nightly curfews.
Richard Mastin, a public relations expert, is visited by his old American friend Spencer Boyd, now a senior CIA Officer. He issues Mastin with a challenge, and within days he uncovers a plot for a British coup. Mastin is pitted against ex-KGB officers, preparing to unleash hundreds of moles, recruited during the Soviet Era, and who have remained under cover for decades.
Mastin discovers MPs, senior civil servants, and police officers - who were recruited during the Soviet Era.
Mastin’s life and family are threatened. He enlists help from old British friends and new American friends. Key recruit is beautiful TV Producer Juliana Weston.
He crosses the Atlantic to fight the planned coup. In a dramatic ending he flees to rural Tuscany with all of the computer files without which the coup cannot be launched.