Sometimes the “Everyman” Is the Only Man for the Job
As a special consultant to the British Secret Service—MI6—Ed Crowe works again with his special friend Pat W. from CSIS to assist in the identification and capture of the members of the Provisional Irish Republican Army who were directly involved in the Brighton Bombing. The bombing on October 12, 1984, was aimed at the British Cabinet and resulted in five deaths and thirty-four injured. Lord Stonebridge, the head of MI6, on behalf of Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher requests the assistance of Canada through Prime Minister Brain Mulroney to bring the terrorists to justice. English-born Ed Crowe travels from his Oakville, Ontario-based home to England, Holland, and Scotland in search of the IRA leader Patrick Magee. Operation Tea Party offers him the opportunity to see and spend more time with the love of his life, Carolyn Andrews, the daughter of Lord and Lady Stonebridge.
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- Trafford Publishing, October 2012
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