"Delves deep into the hidden history of false flag terrorism in Europe, with heroes who turn official history upside down...
—Cyrano's Journal Today—
The new classic in
political espionage thrillers
Other contemporary novelists, such as le Carré and Ludlum, have skirted around the issues. So far, only Stewart has had the courage to nail the lies directly. The encirclement of Russia (and, to an extent, also India and China, seen by America as threats to its global hegemony) and the surreptitious expansion of American military and economic power worldwide in defence of an obviously corrupt and failing global capitalism ...through its multitude of ‘Lily Pad’ bases – is the major, as yet insufficiently told, story of our time.—P. Carline, from the Foreword BUY IT TODAY!
"Most spy thrillers are written from the assumption that we're the good guys who are under attack by bad guys so evil that we're justified in bending the rules to save ourselves from them. Lies, deceit, sabotage, even murder are sometimes necessary to defend peace, justice, and the American Way against (pick one, depending on when the book was written) Nazis, communists, or terrorists...Gaither Stewart offers no such patriotic platitudes in The Trojan Spy. The bad guys turn out to be us -- the US and its Western allies. Our intelligence agencies are revealed to be working in a symbiotic relationship with the terrorists, using the attacks to provide justification for wars of geopolitical and economic conquest." —William Hathaway, former Special Forces, author, A Radical Peace
424 pp/ Punto Press Publishing / Semi-Fiction / Available in print and eBook editions on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Powells and other leading online vendors.
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