World War II is the starting point for Traitors in the Wind by Gary Murray where secret agents in the Far East are acting on the Prime Minister’s orders to sabotage the Japanese occupation of Batavia. The story unfolds and spans from the War to present day. Heroic spies of three generations witness first hand espionage, treachery and the Code of Bushido perpetrated by the dreaded Kempeitai Secret Police and Japanese organised crime syndicates. Berlin City of Spies undercover agent, Jack Stone, returns in Traitors in the Wind to continue the fight against the Stasi Tigers who are still hell bent on global domination. This fiction book, which includes historical photographs and reference articles relating to Batavia in World War II, is the second in a series involving the lead character - Agent Jack Stone - working for a top secret Government Spy unit. Traitors in the Wind is Espionage Spy fiction with a mix of Military, World War II, corruption and conspiracy, Stasi, Intelligence Services, Undercover agents, Martial Arts, Japanese Kempeitai Secret Police, Japanese organised crime syndicates, Military Intelligence and much more
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Gary Murray is a former British and U.S. undercover agent having also served in an Armed Forces Police and Security Unit - the Special Investigation Branch (SIB). He is currently working as a Paralegal Investigator for Government Departments. He also served in the Far East as an Armed Forces Police operative. In addition Gary is a 5th Dan Martial Arts Instructor and a qualified Pilot of Fixed Wing Aeroplanes and Helicopters. OTHER BOOKS BY THE AUTHOR : Berlin City of Spies Enemies of the State An Introduction to Judo Venom Rising Vipers’ Nest The Business Security Handbook REVIEWS BERLIN CITY OF SPIES Eric Shelmerdine, Assoc of British Investigators “This novel by long standing ABI Member Gary Murray is clearly based on many of his own true experiences during his undercover work as a member of the Armed Forces Police and Security Unit - the Special Investigation Branch (SIB).His work in Berlin during the Cold War is the setting for his adopted character “Jack Stone” who takes us through undercover assignments which are certainly not for the faint hearted. The depth of espionage and the intriguing world of “top secret spies” will make it difficult for spy novel fans to put the book down. A really good read.” Joe Jackson “Berlin - City of Spies takes the reader back to the Cold War. Dressed up as a novel, the reality of life at that time is embedded in the plot and for that reason it is a very good read. Of course it helps that the author was involved at the time and so fact is mixed with fiction. There is a selection of photographs that show what it was about and really adds to the content. I personally like a photo section in books like this as it gives a flavour of what was a grim time” ENEMIES OF THE STATE Rt Hon, Sir Tam Dalyell "Gary Murray's chapter on the Security Services should be required reading for any decision maker involved in the current debate on the future role of MI5 and MI6. To my mind Gary Murray's riveting, first-hand account of life at the operative's sharp end, make the Police-Court relationship well nigh impossible. He is a candid gamekeeper who in my experience of him both knows and is activated by the difference between right and wrong. He is constructive, not destructive, patriotic about the values that it is truly worth being patriotic about. Nowhere have I read such an instructive account of the crucial handler-agent relationship, as that given by Gary Murray."
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