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A unique insight into covert intelligence.
on 3 October 1999
Rob Lewis tells of his unique role within a little-known unit. The content is very 'human' showing that the world of intelligence gathering is not a glamorous place at all, particularly in Northern Ireland. In places, the book shows the humour which can sometimes come out even under the most stressful of tasks. All in all, an enlightenning look at a dangerous world without the gun-slinging, gung-ho portrayal of specialist soldiers which other books have tended to go with recently. I award 5 crowns to the author purely for the effort in writing about an extremely difficult subject previously un-touched by the military world.