Never Surrender

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Severn House, 2004 - Fiction - 192 pages
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The nuclear deterrent had failed
While Britain had an arsenal of terrifying weapons that it dared not use, the other side only needed to use theirs once. When a Russian Scragg missile hit Bristol, Britain knew it was all over. There were some people who accepted the armistice and occupying forces without opposition, believing they were working for a better society. But for the others, the Resistance, there was never been any question of compromise.

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Espionage thriller writer Clive (Frederick William) Egleton was born on November 25, 1927 and died in 2006. Egleton was a Lieutenant Colonel in the British Army and was also involved in intelligence missions in Cyprus, the Persian Gulf, and East Africa. His espionage thrillers include Seven Days to a Killing, A Killing in Moscow and Blood Money. His novel Seven Days to a Killing was filmed as The Black Windmill, starring Michael Caine. Escape to Athena is a novelization of the 1979 movie of the same name. Egleton also wrote under the names of Patrick Blake and John Tarrant.

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