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C.R.O.P.: Covert Rural remark Posts are locations the place males like Danny 'Badger' Baxter conceal for unending, immobile hours, secretly recording felony or terrorist activity.But now Badger has an even bigger activity than photographing dissident Republicans in muddy Ulster fields or Islamic extremists on rainswept Yorkshire moors.I.E.D.: Improvised Explosive units are the roadside bombs which account for eighty% of British casualties in Iraq and Afghanistan.MI6 have a plan to assassinate the major maker of those guns while he leaves his condominium in Iran to go to Europe. yet first, they should recognize while he's leaving, and the place he's going.So it's that Badger unearths himself at the mistaken facet of the Iranian border, lumbered with a companion he loathes, mendacity below a cruel sunlight in a mosquito-infested marsh, gazing the home. And figuring out that in the event that they are stuck, Her Majesty's govt will deny all wisdom of them.Welcome to A Deniable dying.

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He seldom used it for real, these days, but he kept his veteran gillie suit in the boot of his car and always brought it out when he gave lectures and supervised field exercises. He had worn it when he had lectured Recce Troop, and his audience of young soldiers had been rapt. He’d said, out in the rain and scrub beside the shooting ranges, that the basics should always be observed, and he’d used the buzz words that anyone attempting rural surveillance, in Iraq, Afghanistan or Northern Ireland, should have at the forefront of their mind.

No one forgot such rare, febrile days. It was three hundred and nineteen days after Rashid, the Engineer, had sneezed over his workbench that a man walked into the lobby of the British Consulate in the Gulf Emirates city of Dubai and requested a meeting with a diplomat. The Engineer had gone to work late because he had spent the morning with a doctor in the town of Ahvaz. His wife had been examined because of the persistent, but still relatively mild, headaches that sapped her concentration at work.

Doug Bentley lived in a village to the east of Swindon. Beside the infant and junior school a squat brick building was home to a small community of the Royal British Legion. It could support the part-time services of a bar steward, and they had a committee that had met there, eighteen months before, and agreed that Doug Bentley, volunteer, should go to Wootton Bassett, on the far side of Swindon, to represent the branch at the next repatriation of a serviceman killed in action. The former Pay Corps lance corporal, a member of the armed forces for two years of National Service in which he had never been posted overseas and – of course – had never heard a shot fired in anger, had preened with pride at the award of this honour.

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