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The Secret: A Prequel to the Gripping Steve Regan Undercover Cop Thrillers - not used - cover

The Secret: A Prequel to the Gripping Steve Regan Undercover Cop Thrillers - not used

Stephen Bentley

Publisher: Hendry Publishing

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Summary

What is the secret capable of destroying a glorious achievement and a source of national pride? 
  
A secret so enormous it could not be told for many years, until now. 
  
British undercover cop Steve Regan experiences a baptism of fire when he investigates 'THE SECRET.' 
  
New and old Steve Regan fans can now discover him at the beginning of his crime-busting career in this gripping thriller. 
  
Join Regan in this prequel to the Steve Regan Undercover Cop Thriller series by tagging along with Steven Hanrahan as a young C.I.D. detective in 1970's Liverpool until his world is shattered by a tragic event involving a fatal car crash. 
  
The young detective is hand-picked for a dangerous undercover assignment. On accepting the role, he moves to London - the 'Smoke,' adopting a new identity. 
The legend of Steve Regan is born with a foolproof backstory so he can infiltrate the international crime gang behind England's biggest sporting secret. A secret so shocking it could taint the image of British sport irreversibly if it were ever divulged. 
  
What is that secret? Is it worth dying for? 
  
A page-turning thriller of a novella packed with suspense. Discover Stephen Bentley's undercover cop series today. 
  
Get it now to find out what happens when Regan sets off on his first undercover adventure. 
 
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