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By Jeffery Deaver

James Bond as you've gotten by no means sen him the smashing new mystery and number one overseas bestseller from Jeffrey Deaver.

A evening motion alert calls James Bond clear of dinner with a stunning lady. Headquarters has decrypted an digital whisper—plans for a devastating assault:

Casualties predicted within the millions, British pursuits adversely affected.

James Bond, in his early thirties and already a veteran of the Afghan battle, has been recruited to a brand new association. Conceived within the post-9/11 international, it operates autonomous of MI5, MI6, and the Ministry of safety, its very lifestyles deniable. Its objective: to guard the world, whatsoever invaluable.

And Agent 007 has been given carte blanche to do no matter what it takes to meet his mission...

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Is bloody disruptive,’ M grumbled, filling in. He had no challenge whipping a person or whatever while it was once deserved. Sir Andrew took over. He stated, ‘Defence Intelligence and GCHQ are reporting a swell of SIGINT in Afghanistan during the last six hours. ’ ‘General consensus is that it’s to do with Incident Twenty. ’ M requested, ‘Anything particular to Hydt – Noah – or millions of deaths? Niall Dunne? military bases in March? Improvised explosive units? Engineers in Dubai? garbage and recycling amenities in Cape city? ’ M learn each sign that crossed his table or arrived in his cellular phone. ‘We can’t inform, do we? ’ Bixton replied. ‘The Doughnut hasn’t damaged the codes but. ’ GCHQ’s headquarters in Cheltenham used to be in-built the form of a fats ring. ‘The encryption applications are model spanking new. Which has stymied all people. ’ ‘SIGINT is cyclical over there,’ M muttered dismissively. He were very, very senior at MI6 and had earned a name for unprecedented ability at mining intelligence and, extra vital, refining it into whatever invaluable. ‘True,’ Sir Andrew agreed. ‘Rather too coincidental, even though, that each one those calls and emails have popped up simply now, the day ahead of Incident Twenty, wouldn’t you think that? ’ now not inevitably. He persisted, ‘And nobody’s became up whatever that in particular hyperlinks Hydt to the hazard. ’ ‘Nobody’ translated to ‘007’. M checked out his wristwatch, which were his son’s, a soldier with the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers. the protection assembly used to be set to renew in a part hour. He used to be exhausted and Friday, the next day to come, will be a good longer consultation, culminating in a tiresome dinner by way of a speech by way of the house secretary. Sir Andrew famous the less-than-subtle look on the battered timepiece: ‘Long tale brief, Miles, the JIC is of the opinion that this Severan Hydt fellow in South Africa’s a diversion. might be he’s concerned yet he’s no longer a key participant in Incident Twenty. 5 and Six’s humans imagine the genuine actors are in Afghanistan and that’s the place the assault will take place: army or relief staff, contractors. ’ after all, that used to be what they'd say – no matter what they really proposal. the journey in Kabul had fee billions of kilos and much too many lives; the extra evil which may be came across there to justify the incursion, the higher. M have been conscious of this from the start of the Incident Twenty operation. ‘Now, Bond—’ ‘He’s reliable, we all know that,’ Bixton interrupted, eyeing the chocolate biscuits M had requested to not be introduced with the tea yet had arrived besides. Sir Andrew frowned. ‘It’s simply that he hasn’t really stumbled on much,’ Bixton went on. ‘Unless there’ve been info that haven’t but circulated. ’ M acknowledged not anything, purely concerning either males with equivalent frost. Sir Andrew stated, ‘Bond is a celeb, in fact. So the pondering is that it'd be reliable for everyone if he deployed to Kabul submit haste. this night, for those who can make that paintings. positioned him in a sizzling region in addition to a few dozen of Six’s premier-league lads. We’ll faucet the CIA too. We don’t brain spreading the respect.

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