Anarchy Books signs John S. Barker’s thriller, TRAJECTORY

TRAJECTORY – Published 1st September 2012 by Anarchy Books

The Cold War didn’t end. Truth is a lie.

In the late 1970s, Jake Grant and Stewart Hunt were an assassination team called VICTORIES for the mysterious Department of Foreign Influence Studies. Operating under the orders of Graham Ferris, Deputy Director of DFIS, Grant and Hunt were two soldiers unknowingly involved in a covert plot named “Blue Monday”, designed to bring down the Soviet Union. But Hunt discovered a decades-old truth about DFIS and wanted out. Jake Grant must stop him – but at what cost?

In a startling series of interviews, Jake Grant reveals as much about himself as the events of 1979 and 1980. Is he a soldier or a psychopath? Jake recounts the events and lives of those men and women who were simply pawns in a secret conspiracy to control the course of civilization.

TRAJECTORY is a riveting psychological espionage thriller that shocks and surprises again and again.

Published September 1st 2012 by Anarchy Books, www.anarchy-books.com

ISBN: 978-1-908328-45-8 Mobi / 978-1-908328-46-5 ePub

 

JOHN S. BARKER

John S. Barker holds a degree in Philosophy, has been an editor and technical writer, and for many years has been a techncial consultant to corporations and governement organizations. His short fiction has appeared in Crannóg, Morpheus Tales, and other magazines. He lives with his wife, Janice, near Vancouver, BC, and has two children. TRAJECTORY is his debut novel.

You can read more about John at http://brickswithoutstraw.blogspot.co.uk/

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