Dead Secret by Peter Kozmar

 Dead Secret

Dead Secret by Peter Kozmar
English | 2020| Mystery/Thriller| ePUB | 3.1 MB

Peter was born near Manchester in the North West of England into a working class family. He studied Engineering at University where he joined the British Army. During this time, he worked in Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. He spent significant time in South Africa before the election of Nelson Mandela. He also spent time briefly in Colombia and Mexico. After reaching the rank of Major, he resigned his Commission and moved with his family to New Zealand where he led an active, outdoors life. However, a skiing accident meant he wasn’t able to run, hike or ski which released a lot of time. That’s how the writing started and allowed him to refocus and develop new skills.

Arrested for murder while a ruthless killer is on the loose. Ex-CIA agent Andy Flint uncovers a global conspiracy, but can Flint crack the case before they kill him.

When a United Nations intelligence station in New Zealand is attacked, disgraced former CIA agent Andy Flint is asked to find the sole survivor and uncover why the team were murdered. All the evidence points to his son, Mark as the deadly gunman.
Searching for his son, Flint discovers the CIA are involved. But why? Looking for answers, Flint finds his son is caught up in a deadly conspiracy.

The trail leads Flint from the backstreets of Wellington through the deadly Tararua Mountains to secretive corporate lawyers in Switzerland. With pressure mounting from the CIA, the United Nations and the White House, the real killer is on the loose. Can Flint clear his son’s name, find the real murderer and figure out who ordered the murders before the killer zeroes in on him as their next target?

In the silence that followed Andy thought his question hadn’t been heard. “My son, Mark Flint, what happened to him?” he asked louder to make sure they’d heard him.

Patotara answered, “Your son wasn’t murdered. He’s missing.”

Relief washed over Andy, though his heart still thundered in his chest.

Patotara continued, “We believe your son called the emergency services, however, he’d left the scene before they arrived,”

“He was there?” Andy asked, incredulously.

“Yes. When the police arrived, they couldn’t go straight in like they normally would,” Patotara replied.

“What?” Andy was trying hard to focus and take things in.

“The site has diplomatic status so all they could do was stand outside waiting for clearance to enter,” Patotara said. Andy sipped his fresh coffee, the strong shot of caffeine giving him an instant kick bringing him back to the present so he could focus.

The Governor General took over the dialogue from Patotara. “Since no one was answering the phones, the issue was brought to me as a UN Ambassador and I gave permission for the police to force entry into the office. The police went in and found the bodies, each victim had been shot. The killer was a professional, no empty cases, no witnesses, but your son is missing and we don’t know his role in all of this or whether he escaped. New York were furious that I’d allowed our local police into the office, something to do with the sensitive nature of the work which went on in there. The office was so secret even I didn’t know about it!”

Patotara interjected, “We photographed the crime scene before New York ordered us to leave and seal the office. That’s when I released a story about a chemical leak.”

“How can I help?” Andy asked.

The Governor General answered for them, “The UN Security Council wouldn’t agree to the New Zealand Government leading the investigation. We all want to identify the killer and we believe your son is the key to finding out. We need you to find your son and bring him in.”

“Do I get access to the office and anything I need?” Andy asked.

“Yes, you’ll have full access to the office, however, you’ll be accompanied while you are in there and you can’t remove anything,” the Governor General replied, “we haven’t time to arrange Diplomatic status for you, so you need to be careful.”

In the silence that followed Andy thought his question hadn’t been heard. “My son, Mark Flint, what happened to him?” he asked louder to make sure they’d heard him.

Patotara answered, “Your son wasn’t murdered. He’s missing.”

Relief washed over Andy, though his heart still thundered in his chest.

Patotara continued, “We believe your son called the emergency services, however, he’d left the scene before they arrived,”

“He was there?” Andy asked, incredulously.

“Yes. When the police arrived, they couldn’t go straight in like they normally would,” Patotara replied.

“What?” Andy was trying hard to focus and take things in.

“The site has diplomatic status so all they could do was stand outside waiting for clearance to enter,” Patotara said. Andy sipped his fresh coffee, the strong shot of caffeine giving him an instant kick bringing him back to the present so he could focus.

The Governor General took over the dialogue from Patotara. “Since no one was answering the phones, the issue was brought to me as a UN Ambassador and I gave permission for the police to force entry into the office. The police went in and found the bodies, each victim had been shot. The killer was a professional, no empty cases, no witnesses, but your son is missing and we don’t know his role in all of this or whether he escaped. New York were furious that I’d allowed our local police into the office, something to do with the sensitive nature of the work which went on in there. The office was so secret even I didn’t know about it!”

Patotara interjected, “We photographed the crime scene before New York ordered us to leave and seal the office. That’s when I released a story about a chemical leak.”

“How can I help?” Andy asked.

The Governor General answered for them, “The UN Security Council wouldn’t agree to the New Zealand Government leading the investigation. We all want to identify the killer and we believe your son is the key to finding out. We need you to find your son and bring him in.”

“Do I get access to the office and anything I need?” Andy asked.

“Yes, you’ll have full access to the office, however, you’ll be accompanied while you are in there and you can’t remove anything,” the Governor General replied, “we haven’t time to arrange Diplomatic status for you, so you need to be careful.”

In the silence that followed Andy thought his question hadn’t been heard. “My son, Mark Flint, what happened to him?” he asked louder to make sure they’d heard him.

Patotara answered, “Your son wasn’t murdered. He’s missing.”

Relief washed over Andy, though his heart still thundered in his chest.

Patotara continued, “We believe your son called the emergency services, however, he’d left the scene before they arrived,”

“He was there?” Andy asked, incredulously.

“Yes. When the police arrived, they couldn’t go straight in like they normally would,” Patotara replied.

“What?” Andy was trying hard to focus and take things in.

“The site has diplomatic status so all they could do was stand outside waiting for clearance to enter,” Patotara said. Andy sipped his fresh coffee, the strong shot of caffeine giving him an instant kick bringing him back to the present so he could focus.

The Governor General took over the dialogue from Patotara. “Since no one was answering the phones, the issue was brought to me as a UN Ambassador and I gave permission for the police to force entry into the office. The police went in and found the bodies, each victim had been shot. The killer was a professional, no empty cases, no witnesses, but your son is missing and we don’t know his role in all of this or whether he escaped. New York were furious that I’d allowed our local police into the office, something to do with the sensitive nature of the work which went on in there. The office was so secret even I didn’t know about it!”

Patotara interjected, “We photographed the crime scene before New York ordered us to leave and seal the office. That’s when I released a story about a chemical leak.”

“How can I help?” Andy asked.

The Governor General answered for them, “The UN Security Council wouldn’t agree to the New Zealand Government leading the investigation. We all want to identify the killer and we believe your son is the key to finding out. We need you to find your son and bring him in.”

“Do I get access to the office and anything I need?” Andy asked.

“Yes, you’ll have full access to the office, however, you’ll be accompanied while you are in there and you can’t remove anything,” the Governor General replied, “we haven’t time to arrange Diplomatic status for you, so you need to be careful.”

“If you run into any problems call me,” Commissioner Patotara added handing Andy his business card.

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