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Summary

It's 1960s London, and spy Joe Wilderness should be living like James Bond. But alas, in the wake of an embarrassing disaster for MI6, Wilderness has been posted to remote northern Finland in a cultural exchange program to promote Britain abroad. 

Bored and with nothing to spy on, he strikes a deal with his old KGB pal Kostya to smuggle vodka into the USSR - but there is something fishy about Kostya's sudden appearance. Could it be connected to cobalt mining, a critical component in atomic bomb casings? Wilderness's posting is getting more interesting, but more dangerous too.... 

©2020 John Lawton (P)2020 Oakhill

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I love this series of books. Genuinely well researched political history alongside laugh out loud moments and peanut butter. Everyone is a crook and the women have the brains!

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Exceptional!

3rd of 3 beautifully performed and written books. Captivating, hard to put down! often didn't!