KATYA THE INFORMER: The trafficking trade need her to do what she does best. (Paperback)
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KATYA THE INFORMER: The trafficking trade need her to do what she does best. (Paperback)

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Paperback 352 Pages
Published: 01/03/2024

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Katya Petrovna is a risk-taker. It's what led her to leave her job at the Russian Federal Security Service and join the new G8 Intelligence Agency. But her reputation as headstrong and independent precedes her, and G8 wonders if she's ready for their dangerous missions. When a Russian woman is caught at London Heathrow airport with a suitcase full of cash, John Hammond, G8's Director General, assigns Katya her first operation: infiltrate a Russian mafia-run casino on the Black Sea.

Katya goes undercover as the daughter of a wealthy ex-KGB officer looking for a good time. But as she delves deeper into the casino's operations, she finds herself out of her depth. The mafia's reach extends all the way to a Chinese Tong Casino in Macau, where they're running a brutal trafficking operation. And with each step, Katya's mistakes put her in even more danger.

She tries to recruit Kirill, a casino floor manager who she knew as a street kid in Moscow, as an informant. But as the stakes get higher and the risks greater, she can't be sure if he's on her side or working for the mafia. Katya's descent into the dark world of the high-stakes casino trade is a nightmare of cruelty, torture, and death, but she can't stop now.

The girls in the trafficking trade need her to do what she does best: take a gamble.

Publisher: Coinkydink Limited
ISBN: 9781739399399
Number of pages: 352
Dimensions: 198 x 128 x 25 mm


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Former Director British Intelligence Agencies, MI5 & MI6, now weaving espionage into bestselling fiction. David spent his working life diving into the cold murky seas of terrorism, espionage and organised crime. At the forefront of the battle against international terrorism he was among the first to predict its onslaught. David is recognised, both in the Agencies and in the consultancy business he now runs, for his ground-breaking solutions to defeat the terrorists and international organised criminals who threaten us. Drawing on his vast knowledge of the complex and dangerous workings of UK's intelligence agencies, David Bickford has created a fascinating world of international intrigue, featuring a female protagonist who is cunning, ferocious and unstoppable. 'Katya - The Informer' is a whirlwind spy novel that will leave you breathless and impatient for a sequel. - Kathleen Kent, Bestselling author of BLACK WOLF; Superb. Masterful storytelling. And an authoritative insight into the secret world and its flawed yet remarkable inhabitants. Highly recommended. - Matthew Dunn. Bestselling author of the 'Spycatcher' and 'Ben Sign' series. Former MI6 Intelligence Officer.

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