In Code Name OST-M, we deal with deviousness. We show how a good man can end up working for the enemy and not even know it. The scenario is to run a red flag operation on him. You let the person working for you believe that he is working for someone else, someone he may have sympathy with. Perhaps older readers will recall Sean Connery in the second James Bond movie “From Russia with love.” In that picture, the Russian female cypher clerk thinks she is working for Soviet Intelligence but actually not, she is recruited and working for a criminal organisation, SPECTRE or something. In another famous case, the FBI, before they became the “Clinton Whitewash Bureau of 2016,” discover and arrest a female secretary compromised and leaking documents. On interrogation, she confessed that she thought that she was working for the Brits, a friendly nation, but in fact, she was working for Soviet Intelligence. This became known as the “Emily Syndrome.” The Soviets are excellent in it, they started the concept with the White Russian Emigres in the 1920s, controlling the networks from Moscow. I explain to you how ordinary people, good solid folk, can be compromised into doing things that you would never have believed possible from them. I show in this book how a mole inside an agency is able to cause havoc until caught, the suspicion and distrust alone destroys efficiency faster than the actual leaks – the mole hunts in MI6 in the 1950s and 1960s is the classic example in this regard. But it is needed, if a mole exists, he or she must be found and exterminated. I show you how advanced computer software is used in spying and by that I do not mean espionage, that is hacking information or “harvesting” as it is called, but by the counter-espionage desk. The software is used to track down enemy agents and moles, linking the different ends until the picture is formed. It is extremely seldom that those on the outside are allowed inside a mole-hunting operational HQ, in this book, you are right inside. We also take a hard look at the rise and sudden disappearance of Muslim terrorism in South Africa. It was not by chance.
Description: Spymaster extraordinaire, Angelique Dawson and her longtime chief agent and bodyguard, later her husband, former Police Special Forces Company Commander, Major Geoffrey Foxtrot, is flying an L-39 Albatros advanced trainer high over the Atlantic Ocean. Unexpectedly, the aircraft’s threat receivers go off. They are being scanned by an unseen hostile fighter jet. Seconds later a BVR (Beyond Visual Recognition) air-to-air missile is launched at them and the fight for survival is on. Angelique, an experienced combat pilot, tries everything to evade the incoming missile but to no avail. Because her aircraft is sabotaged, the flare dispensers are burning and stuck and thus increasing the heat signature, the missile slams into the airframe. In the end, she ejects together with Foxtrot, from the stricken aircraft, floating down to the ocean, far away from rescue. She is wounded by the shrapnel, bleeding profusely, and the water icy cold. Who fired that missile and why and how do they survive they survive the hostile ocean? A Royal Navy submarine, last seen during Code Name Blue Tang, surfaces and rescues them, saving Angelique’s life. Foxtrot, with the help of his friend, legendary Special Forces officer, Geelslang Peter Ndebele, go after those that tried to murder his future soul. To protect the wounded Angelique from further assassination attempts, she is flown to an offshore vessel under DGSE control to be taken care off. Being Angelique, she turns out to be a very bad patient, moving around until a life-threatening fever develops. Foxtrot is not amused. If you wish to read about covert and Special Forces Operations in sub-Saharan Africa, the GMJ Books are the place to start. You will learn about Special Forces techniques and military history not known outside the select few. This is Book 16 of the popular GMJ Series.