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1957 - The Socialist Republic of Great Britain seethes with unrest.

Thomas Fairburn, a British-born KGB officer, is summoned to London by Britain’s security chief Kim Philby. Philby tasks Fairburn with a dangerous mission; uncover the high-level officials aiding a dissident author's defection to the USA. Who would risk their lives to help a mere novelist, and why?

There are only two weeks before Russia’s First Secretary of the Communist Party, Nikita Khrushchev, arrives in London.  A deadline for Fairburn to discover if the Americans have infiltrated the heart of Communist Britain.

As Fairburn delves deeper, he uncovers a terrifying secret — a revelation that could unleash Soviet tanks and firing squads on the streets of London . . .

And change the course of British history.

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