TRAITOR (Google eBook)

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Trafford Publishing, Nov 22, 2010 - Fiction
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The betrayal of his fellow prisoners by a British officer in a Japanese POW camp in Hong Kong in 1941 returns to haunt the 21st Century on the streets of London. The son of one of the POWs has been murdered by a hit-and-run driver to prevent him from finding the traitor who condemmed 1,200 men to die, locked in the hold of a sinking ship while being transported as slave labour toJapan. The hit-and-run victim leaves behind a briefcase containing his research into the identity of the traitor......and a letter. A letter adressed to John Gunn, an agent in the British Intelligence Directorate. This forcess John Gunn into a deadly conflict, not only with the Japanese, Albanian and Russian Mafias, but also with his own Direcdtorate.
  

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Contents

CHAPTER 1
1
CHAPTER 2
12
CHAPTER 3
23
CHAPTER 4
33
CHAPTER 5
44
CHAPTER 6
53
CHAPTER 7
66
CHAPTER 8
77
CHAPTER 15
154
CHAPTER 16
163
CHAPTER 17
173
CHAPTER 18
183
CHAPTER 19
193
CHAPTER 20
211
CHAPTER 21
219
CHAPTER 22
227

CHAPTER 9
89
CHAPTER 10
101
CHAPTER 11
112
CHAPTER 12
122
CHAPTER 13
133
CHAPTER 14
144
CHAPTER 23
236
CHAPTER 24
244
CHAPTER 25
252
OTHER BOOKS FEATURINGJOHN GUNN
255
BRIAN NICHOLSON
259
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Brian Nicholson is a lecturer in information systems at the University of Manchester. His research interests focus on the complexities of software development and software outsourcing between UK and Indian companies.

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