Tag Archives: MI6

Survey results… for the curious!

Survey results are in! Thanks to so many for participating! I thought you might want to know the outcome!    Yep, it’s goats and AKs from Peshawar.   Thanks to all who participated! Percentages of the top six qualifiers are below: … Continue reading

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Would you buy this book?

Stage actor and part-time hairdresser Nathalie Qadir befriends three polite young Muslim men in her immigrant neighborhood in London; they fill a hole in her heart where her brother once was. She doesn’t realize that terrorist financier and ideologue Abn … Continue reading

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The book, continued. A new chapter for you…

—***— The bombers. Still the dissonance rings in my ears like Anglican church bells in my neighbourhood full of Muslim immigrants. They were boys, sweet and dear and polite, and they got haircuts in my shop every three weeks for … Continue reading

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Which pitch?

Hey y’all. This weekend I send out my “pitch” – ~200 words that have to get your blood boiling, your interest piqued and your wallet out! I’d love to get a poll of your opinions: which of the following three … Continue reading

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Chapter One, Continued – Spy Act

“What did you find?” asked my boss, who I called Pastey, for being as white as cod and half as interesting. His real name was Leslie, or ‘Les. I found that quite fitting as well. Pretty much what we expected. … Continue reading

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