By Ian Fleming
Sur une île désolée du grand nord canadien, un bombardier se
fracasse contre un glacier d'altitude. Certes, cet avion n'est qu'une
relique de l. a. guerre froide, mais los angeles risk qu'il représente pour le
monde n'en est pas moins réelle : deux tonnes d'anthrax militarisé se
trouvent à bord de l'appareil... Le lieutenant-colonel Jon Smith,
bras armé du président des etats-unis, est chargé, avec son équipe, de
prendre le contrôle de l'île, de sécuriser le web site et d'éviter une
troisième guerre mondiale. Privé de toute forme d'assistance
dans cet environnement opposed, lui et ses hommes doivent composer avec
un officier de liaison russe mandaté par son gouvernement... Smith
commence à comprendre que ce vieux bombardier renferme un mystery bien
plus redoutable que les armes qu'il transporte, un mystery qui pourrait
bouleverser l. a. compréhension de l'histoire, et que les russes veulent
garder à tout prix.
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Like so many other fears. The car began to slow at the approach to the administrative buildings. ‘It shouldn’t last long,’ said Nelson. ’ Charlie tensed, then relaxed. There was no danger in the admission. ‘Quite a few,’ he said. But not the sort Nelson imagined. In the past it had always involved sneaking through side doors and adjoining buildings, to avoid the surveillance and cameras of those uncaptured at the Official Secrets trials of those who had been caught and who nearly always reminded Charlie of the grey, anonymous people at rush-hour bus queues.
And Charlie couldn’t answer because he hadn’t known himself. Not then. Not until it was too late. ‘I’m sorry,’ he said. ‘You’ve a right to be offended,’ Willoughby accepted. ’ ‘Not really,’ said Charlie. ’ That had been after Charlie was stupid enough to make a pilgrimage to Sir Archibald’s grave. British Intelligence had picked him up there and started the pursuit. What logic said it had been all right for them to set him up to be killed in East Berlin, then label him a renegade, to be hunted and assassinated because he had fought back and exposed them for their stupidity?