Double Agent: Can The Global Intelligence Service’S (Gis) Covert Agent Remain Anonymous As They Travel The World Righting The Wrongs Of The United ... Control The Un? (Double Deception) (Volume 1)
Double Agent, by L.A Keene is the first novel of a trilogy. Unbeknown to major intelligence agencies, there has been a clandestine agency operating for twenty years as a standalone UN agency. The purpose of the Global Intelligence Service (GIS) is to monitor and right the wrongs of poor decision making by the UN Security Council and others involved in the arms and weapons industry. It has links to...
Series: Double Deception
Paperback: 250 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 1 edition (January 1, 2014)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.6 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 5565816
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“As the story unfolds of two young women (twins) succeeding in the male dominated field of intelligence services, the mysteries of how the UN Security Council operates is revealed. If you've ever wondered about the intrigues surrounding weapons tradin...”
all corners of the globe through the UN World Tourism Organisation. A new Secretary-General, Jackson Sinclair, learns about the work of the GIS under his command and develops a plan that will shake the arms and weapons industry for years to come and halt the work of the secretive International Defence & Arms Consortium (IDAC). The GIS’s secret agent, Samantha Matthews and her special gift was critical to the success of the GIS's mission. Only four people in the world knew of her unique talent and how it helped her in the most dangerous situations. Could ESP help to foresee mortal danger? An asset placed at the highest levels of the UN has provided intel for many years to agencies unbeknown to the new Secretary-General. His role was not to advance world peace. It was to ensure continued conflict in the world and deception would result in more profits for those in the arms and weapons industry. But, Walter Jacobs felt betrayed. The UN Security Council did not support his bid for the top job and his secret employers questioned his abilities. He would show them all. He would create an event that would propel him to the top of the UN hierarchy. The plot explores the effectiveness of the United Nations in an era quite different from 1945 and questions the ability or inability of the UN to make positive change with reducing conflict around the globe.