It’s strange when someone you have known, and campaigned with over the years, has a book published, you almost feel as if you are hobnobbing with the rich and famous after one of our local UKIP branch members had his latest book published.
Even though the ‘Kingstown Agenda’ is Steve Grey’s third book to go into print, he will quickly remind you that he is not yet rich and famous and still has to work for a living in his own business selling collectable LP’s and posters. However, at the January campaign meeting of the Walsall - Wolverhampton UKIP group a comment was made that this latest book would make an excellent film.
The story begins with Alex Smith, the senior duty officer in a security safe house, receiving a telephone call from someone not expected to have the correct password who then imparts information that an agent has been found dead in Camden, north London.
Set at a time of an impending referendum on membership of the euro, Steve’s descriptive and detailed tale takes the
reader into the murky world of the British and German secret services. The tale centres around the fact that the murdered agent had been working in 10 Downing Street and had managed to secretly record a confidential meeting between the Prime Minister and the German’s about getting Britain into the euro. If the contents of this tape is leaked to the public the outcry could destroy any hopes of the Government and the German’s to get Britain into the euro. The search is on for the tape, what did the agent do with it before he was killed?
Added to the mix there are people working for British intelligence that cannot be trusted and working for the Germans.
To order your copy, costs £10 inc. P&P, payable to “Kates Hill Press”, 126 Watsons Green Road, Dudley, DY27LG. Quote ISBN: 978 904552 28 4.
See the details on the new publications page at the Kates Hill web-site, scroll a short way down.