Publication Date: 28 Feb 2024
Categories: HistoricalISBN: 9781916668263
In the perilous atmosphere of the Cold War, Adam Devon, a civilian pilot, becomes unwittingly embroiled in an MI6 covert operation to extract a Russian missile scientist from Berlin. But there are traitors in the British Establishment passing information to the Russians and as the assignment starts to go wrong Devon becomes trapped in East Germany.
Hannah, Devon’s fiancée and one-time agent for the Israeli Secret Service, leads the mission to rescue him and the rest of the team. However, her best chance of success lies in the hands of the unscrupulous Henry Fitzjohn, a British MP and old RAF rival of Devon’s, who had once sought a relationship with her.
In a race to unmask the traitor and rescue Devon, loyalties are tested and unexpected alliances form. In a world where secrets are currency and danger is ever-present, will love and resilience prevail against all odds?
Born in London and now living in Essex, Mark Butterworth worked in the City of London before becoming a full-time writer. Mark held a private pilot’s licence for fifteen years and has made more than fifty parachute jumps. Mark enjoys running, golf and salsa dancing, has two grown up daughters and a Springer Spaniel called Arthur. The Berlin Assignment is a sequel to The Pearl River, Mark’s debut novel.
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