By Gerald Seymour
C.R.O.P.: Covert Rural statement Posts are locations the place males like Danny 'Badger' Baxter disguise for never-ending, immobile hours, secretly recording legal or terrorist activity.But now Badger has an even bigger task than photographing dissident Republicans in muddy Ulster fields or Islamic extremists on rainswept Yorkshire moors.I.E.D.: Improvised Explosive units are the roadside bombs which account for eighty% of British casualties in Iraq and Afghanistan.MI6 have a plan to assassinate the major maker of those guns whilst he leaves his residence in Iran to go to Europe. yet first, they should be aware of while he's leaving, and the place he's going.So it's that Badger unearths himself at the mistaken aspect of the Iranian border, lumbered with a accomplice he loathes, mendacity below a cruel solar in a mosquito-infested marsh, gazing the home. And realizing that in the event that they are stuck, Her Majesty's govt will deny all wisdom of them.Welcome to A Deniable dying.
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It edged past old men who had brought out their medals for the day, the television satellite dishes, scanner vans and cherry-picker cranes. Another police car came behind it, a back-up hearse and a four-wheel drive for the Military Police. Some, he knew, had predicted that what they called ‘grief tourism’ would suffer from ‘fatigue’, that the crowds would dwindle – but they had been bloody wrong. The kid – the guardsman with a child’s face and a helmet too big for him – had been shown the same respect as any serviceman coming through six months and a year before.
She sniffed heavily. He produced a handkerchief, and she blew hard into it, then used it to wipe her face. She grimaced. ‘They’re all heartbreaking, love,’ he said. ‘I’m with the Royal British Legion, represent my branch. We’re here every time to show our respect . . ’ ‘Just came to give them solidarity. ’ ‘Serving Queen and country, making the ultimate sacrifice. Heroes? ’ ‘The bravest of the brave. ’ Doug Bentley still couldn’t see Beryl. He didn’t know how to react to this woman’s grief. His wife wasn’t there to tell him, and he thought it was probably only five minutes now until the bus left.
She grimaced. ‘They’re all heartbreaking, love,’ he said. ‘I’m with the Royal British Legion, represent my branch. We’re here every time to show our respect . . ’ ‘Just came to give them solidarity. ’ ‘Serving Queen and country, making the ultimate sacrifice. Heroes? ’ ‘The bravest of the brave. ’ Doug Bentley still couldn’t see Beryl. He didn’t know how to react to this woman’s grief. His wife wasn’t there to tell him, and he thought it was probably only five minutes now until the bus left. ’ He saw a broad wedding ring on her hand and with it a diamond-crested engagement ring, which looked expensive.
A Deniable Death by Gerald Seymour