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It’s 2000. The Good Friday Agreement 18 months earlier has brought a welcome peace to years of conflict in Northern Ireland. Journalist Patrick Gordon works for a local newspaper group in the Midlands. But when a colleague suddenly collapses with a heart attack during a phone call, and begs Patrick to make a call warning of an impending explosion in the nearby City Centre, his life changes totally. He passes on the message, but seconds later a bomb explodes amongst early morning shoppers. Patrick is one of the first people on the scene, and his subsequent powerful reports bring home to the Public the horrors of the outrage, which has all the hallmarks of the Continuity IRA. Patrick’s life is turned upside down when he tries to uncover the truth and suddenly becomes the prime target for a savage terrorist cell, a young MI5 Officer is assigned to the case, and aims to discover the truth about the Peterborough Bombs. But sometimes the truth needs to stay hidden – whatever the cost….

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