Voss Manuscripts Miraaya
With the threatened publication of 'The Voss Manuscripts', the 'Arms for Iraq' scandals of the 1980's and early 1990's return to haunt the newly-elected Labour Government. Geoffrey Voss, ex-Foreign Office Intelligence Liaison Officer, has decided to recount how he was recruited as an 'alongsider' for the Security Service 'MI5' and how he quickly discovered his mission had been compromised by those inside the establishment with deeply committed commercial interests. His revelations tell how misguided plots to subvert Iraq's ambitions came to destroy his agents placed within and outside the Iraqi procurement network. His efforts to make amends draw him ever deeper into the intrigue and danger surrounding the illicit arms dealing network, and the disappearance of vast sums of Iraq's oil revenues both before and after the 'First' Gulf War. But what or who is MIRAAYA and why does it have such a complete and dreadful hold on Geoffrey Voss; are Voss's revelations all they purport to be?
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