Terrorists and spies infiltrate Luke's life as he is drawn into a financial plot to kill the heir to Britain's throne and blow up one of Sydney's great icons. When Luke volunteered as an announcer on a community radio show he could never have known his new friends would draw him into events that could destroy his whole way of life. Luke discovers things are not always black and white as he struggles to work out which side is the right one. Terrorists or Freedom fighters? Is the media a pawn or a player in the game of international politics? Could you work out who to trust when you can't see the bigger picture?She picked up her newspaper then strolled past the mobile phone stall and the donut counter to her right. She did not even bother ... Today in the program he was interviewing the captain of the English cricket team, an interview set up for himanbsp;...
|Author||:||Steve Ahern, Catherine Gleeson|
|Publisher||:||Trafford Publishing - 2008|