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on 12 June 2013
McGartland sees conspiracies everywhere ...to be expected given the world he lived in!.....and if only some of them are real its does not put the "law keepers" in a good light. The author does relate how he became embroiled in the "under cover" work and to some extent his motivation. He seems, from what he writes, to have to have been "used" and some what naïve. This makes it a thought provoking read......is the author "bending" the truth for his own ends? As far as the security services are concerned does the end justify the means? etc etc etc
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on 27 July 2017
Good read. Enjoyed this book, seemed a bit far fetched at times but probably accurate account.
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on 3 August 2017
Excellent book brave boy deep respect. ATVB. Alan Mac
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on 13 October 2017
interesting read
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on 14 June 2017
Love Marty's books.True f@@kin hero.
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on 10 November 2017
Easy reading book and flew through it. I’m not usually an avid reader but couldn’t put this one down until the end.
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on 22 June 2015
tragic
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on 7 April 2017
Excellent book,, frightening true story about evil state sponsored terrorism
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on 11 February 2011
In a nutshell, if you haven't read the authors previous title (50 dead men walking) you will thoroughly enjoy this book and for you it should be a four to five star rating. If however, like me, you have read the previous title then three stars is being generous. Interesting as the authors life is after leaving N.I it is obviously not enough to fill a book, hence huge sections of the first book re-told word for word in this sequel, which is very disappointing. I reviewed and 5 star rated the prequel to this book and would recommend anyone to read that as it's a stunning and impressionable read.......unfortunately this title leaves you a little bit like 'this one was for the money'. Shame.
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on 8 February 2013
A revealing account of how our security services abandoned one of our top agents within the IRA once he had outlived his usefulness. It seems that it would have been more convenient for them for him to have met the same fate as other agents before him - with a bullet in the head. He remains to them a thorn in the side as he continues his quest to expose the truth behind the apparent IRA assasination attempt. Did they view his ongoing surival merely as a cheap risk that had to be removed? Martin McGartland today still seeks to expose the secutiy services' lies and apparent conspiracy - aided and abetted by Northumbria Police. If and when he does expose the truth, and I sincerely hope he does - it will make a fascinating conclusion to what would be a trilogy of his life.
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