By Brian Freemantle
Charlie Muffin's new activity places him within the crosshairs of a vicious American drug lord
Charlie Muffin has performed good when you consider that he "died." he is been at the run for years from the intelligence forces of serious Britain and the USA whilst an reputable assertion of loss of life ultimately places an finish to their pursuit. all of sudden, Charlie can breathe back. he is even positioned a lid on his unmarried malt whisky behavior. Now all he wishes is a task.
He places his espionage abilities to paintings for an English assurance corporation, making sure the protection of the Romanov stamps. A necessary assortment assembled within the years prior to the Russian Revolution, the stamps survived merely as the Bolsheviks didn't realize their worth. Now the yankee govt capacity to take advantage of them as bait for a brutal drug lord. He desires the stamps, and Charlie needs to cease him from getting them - whether it ability getting "killed" a moment time.
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Bollocks, he thought, relaxing so that the hired suit bulged again. Why should he try to impress her? ‘You’re very different from what I expected,’ she said. ‘Shakespeare probably stuttered,’ said Charlie. ’ she said, frowning. ‘And disappointed people who expected brilliant conversation,’ said Charlie, laboriously. She would be a difficult woman to live with. ‘I didn’t say I was disappointed,’ she said, coquettishly. The lift arrived with more guests and she jerked towards it. The ambassador and the princess?
It was a full twelve months from the Sans Souci hangover before Warburger was completely happy with the preparations. ‘There’s nothing I haven’t anticipated,’ he boasted to his deputy, Peter Bowler. At that stage it would have been as difficult for him to predict the involvement of Charlie Muffin as it had been to learn of the Guajira killings. Charlie Muffin, who was a realist and therefore aware of the social gulf between himself and Rupert Willoughby’s friends, was curious about the reason for his invitation.
But she had never liked the job. She had been frightened he might get hurt, never quite believing that he’d only ever fired his gun on the practice ranges, when the regulations demanded it, and that on the three occasions in his operational life when someone had fired at him, he’d kept as flat as hell, letting everyone else do their John Wayne impressions. It was nice to have a wife who thought he was brave, though. The security guard held him at the front desk, as if he did not believe the green identity card he produced, calling up to Bowler’s office to confirm that Pendlebury was expected and even then seeming reluctant to accept that he was an employee of the Bureau.