Chasing Aquila by James Hume (Sequel to Hunting Aquila)
English | 2019 | Mystery/Thriller | ePUB | 312 Kb
Chasing : Just after World War 2, Superintendent Sandra Maxwell of the Special Branch, checks if a suspicious death in Glasgow is linked to Aquila, a German spy organisation, that flourished in the UK during the war. She finds that Aquila has now morphed into a sinister new organisation. Can she catch the killer by chasing him across Holland and Germany, capture the head of the organisation, and smash their new activities before they spread to every major UK city?
“Right. Well, we only have a small special unit here, but we do still have Brown and Henry. We want to move them to Manchester, but they want moved to Belfast, and their appeal has dragged on far too long. So, give me a few minutes and I’ll get back to you.’
‘Thanks, governor. Really appreciate your help.’
Sandra and Tom pulled out the rest of the box files and sorted them into sequence. Then her phone rang again.
‘It’s Governor Collins, ma’am.’
He came on the line. ‘Brown’s the only one who’s had visitors in the last six months. Three weeks ago, he had two together, for about an hour. His lawyer, George Slavin from Belfast, and his cousin, Aidan Connor, also from Belfast. I’ve got their addresses.’ He read them out. ‘Now, one other thing. We photograph all visitors in and out the special seg unit. So, we’ve got photos of these men as well, if you want.’
‘Do visitors know they’re photographed?’
‘Well, we state, on our Visitor Terms and Conditions, that we keep an appropriate record of their visit for safety and security reasons, but we don’t spell out the details. And it’s not obvious, so they may not realise it.’
‘Okay. Can you radio telegraph these photos up to me please?’
‘We’ll need to do that from from the central police station in Lincoln. It’ll take about twenty minutes or so.”