By Gerald Seymour
Set opposed to a backdrop of the treacherous East/West German border, a trip into redemption for a disgraced British military officer calls for the defection of a most sensible flight Soviet scientist.
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He was aware that some of those in the Service who carried his own grading felt able to address the Assistant Secretary on first name terms. Sometimes it rankled that he had never received an invitation to do so. 'If we're lucky we get one of them a year. ' Carter often carried in his coat pocket a dried out crust taken surreptitiously from the kitchen. He ground a piece of bread to crumbs in his pocket and threw them discreetly in the direction of a pair of chaffinches, and saw with pleasure how their greed surpassed their caution.
The Contract by Gerald Seymour