Hidden Secrets by Wendy Charlton

The Good Friday Agreement was drawn up in 1998 and nearly 100 terrorists had their past ‘cleansed’, but not everyone received a ‘comfort letter’. Some former IRA members had been hung out to dry, and they resorted to a life of crime to make ends meet.

Hidden Secrets by Wendy Charlton

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The Good Friday Agreement was drawn up in 1998 and nearly 100 terrorists had their past ‘cleansed’, but not everyone received a ‘comfort letter’. Some former IRA members had been hung out to dry, and they resorted to a life of crime to make ends meet.

But the past has a habit of catching up with people, so when an IRA fugitive decides to become an MI5 Supergrass, shockwaves reverberate throughout the criminal underworld.

Ghosts from his past come back to haunt him, and many people want him dead. Daniel Grant, the newly appointed Director General of the British Secret Service, decides to hide him in a safe-house with a difference.

Shady Fields is a secluded retirement home for retired ex-Secret Service Agents, many with dementia and Alzheimer’s, but don’t let that fool you. They can still call on their expertise when the safety of their home is threatened.

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