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Their Own Game

THEIR OWN GAME
by
Duncan James
Published by Duncan James
Copyright 2012 Duncan James
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CHAPTER ONE – THE FIRST TO FALL
CHAPTER TWO – IN THE BEGINNING
CHAPTER THREE – MEANWHILE, IN WASHINGTON
CHAPTER FOUR – THE SEED IS SOWN
CHAPTER FIVE – THE BRIEFING
CHAPTER SIX – SPECIAL RELATIONS
CHAPTER SEVEN – THE HAWAII FORMULA
CHAPTER EIGHT – SPREADING THE NET
CHAPTER NINE - IGNITION
CHAPTER TEN – LIFT OFF
CHAPTER ELEVEN - A PROCESS OF ELIMINATION
CHAPTER TWELVE – ONLY THE MOST TRUSTWORTHY
CHAPTER THIRTEEN – THE PRIME MINISTER’S STATEMENT
CHAPTER FOURTEEN – THE ENVELOPE
CHAPTER FIFTEEN – DOUBLE BEDS AND DOUBLE AGENTS
CHAPTER SIXTEEN – ANOTHER LIFE.
CHAPTER ONE – THE FIRST TO FALL
Major Bill Clayton, dressed in civvies, leant against the bookstall in
the main concourse of Belfast’s International airport, going through
the motions of selecting something to read. From where he stood, he
had a good view of Martin McFosters, surrounded by journalists in
front of the check-in desk, briefing them before he left. One of
Clayton’s men was among the press corps, tape recorder in hand,
listening intently.
Clayton, and his opposite numbers in Special Branch, liked to keep an
eye McFosters, but didn’t usually bother to see him off on his
travels. They knew that this trip was to be something rather
different, though. Not that McFosters had any idea. Clayton looked
across to his police colleague, sipping coffee from a polystyrene cup.
The coffee was awful: it usually was, but he, too, had a good view of
McFosters. No one seemed to notice that there were more than usual
armed police milling around.
McFosters was off to do more talking. Off to America, which remained
the main source of cash for the Republicans as it had been since
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