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By: John E. Kinsley

In Shamrock Shadows

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Because of her past, Detective Inspector Helen Ross of the Metropolitan Police is coerced into working for Colonel Nash, who heads up a special group set up in MI5. Her mission is to go undercover and infiltrate a known IRA terrorist cell that is preparing to carry out a bombing blitz on the nation's capital. Can Helen cross the line and gain the trust of the south London IRA commander? What can she learn from him in such a short time scale she has been given? With a little luck and hard work, the mission seems to be coming together, even better than expected, but then, a terrible mistake made back at MI5 leaves Helen as the target—the hunted instead of the hunter. Will the newly recruited spook keep one step ahead of the assassin sent out to hunt her down or will her beloved family suffer because of what she has become?

London born in the early 1940's, educated at Princess Road junior school before moving

on to Haverstock Hill High then on to Kings College in London. Being sports minded, football was his calling but after 

several games with Dulwich Hamlet at amateur level his professional ambitions were not to be achieved. British Rail was 

his next port of call where over years he trained up to the level of senior technician with the signal engineers department.

But then he felt a change was needed. The London Ambulance service was his new calling in the early 1970's and over

the following few years he worked his way through the grades to become one of the first front line paramedics to serve

England's capital. Retiring in the late 90's and now living on the beautiful Isle-of -Wight his new ambition turned to writing.

His first release was 'Capital City Paramedic'

published by Woodfield publishers. His second, 'The Thirteenth Man' was self published as was his third

'DCI Reed and the Springfield Connection.'

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