|Paperback 2011||R 279||In Stock.|
|Paperback 1996||R 299||In Stock.|
|Mass market paperbound 1985||R 398||In Stock.|
The title of the book refers to the protocol that stops the smuggling of atomic bombs or their parts in the country and explode them. Like his other books, he has offered another book with facts with fiction in a beautiful manner to make a great story to read. Kim Philby is a former British intelligence officer who is defected to the Soviet Union in 1963 after he was found to have been spying for the KGB. After that, he prepares a memorandum for the General Secretary about the possibility of formation of a Marxist-Leninist government in Britain after the general elections of 1987. Philby and the General Secretary make plan to smuggle small bomb in Britain and explode them nearby US air base. By doing this, they want to get the public support so that their labour party comes in power. Then there is a game of politics to achieve power and public support. Certain portions of the book resemble to be existing. Some facts used are accurate. Rest of the things evolved as work of Forsyth’s imagination. The major parts of the book also explain the working of intelligence agencies and politics. The biggest suspense is revealed in the last few lines of the book. It takes long to wait for the mystery to be solved. Excellent book on intelligence agencies, smuggling and politics. Read this book, you will become Mr. Frederick Forsyth’s art of writing and creating fiction out of his imagination.