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Double agent : my secret life undercover in the IRA

Fulton, Kevin2019
'"I am a British soldier," I told my reflection. "I am a British soldier and I'm saving lives. I'm saving lives. I'm a British soldier and I'm saving lives..."' Kevin Fulton was one of the British Army's most successful intelligence agents. Having been recruited to infiltrate the Provisional IRA at the height of The Troubles, he rose its ranks to an unprecedented level. Living and working undercover, he had no option other than to take part in heinous criminal activities, including the production of bombs which he knew would later kill. So highly was he valued by IRA leaders that he was promoted to serve in its infamous internal police - ironically, his job was now to root out and kill informers. Until one day in 1994, when it all went wrong. . . Fleeing Northern Ireland, Kevin was abandoned by the security services he had served so courageously and left to live as a fugitive. The life of a double agent requires constant vigilance, for danger is always just a heartbeat away. For a double agent within the highest ranks of the IRA, that danger was doubled. In this remarkable account, Kevin Fulton - former intelligence agent, ex-member of the IRA - tells a truth that is as uncomfortable as it is gripping.
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Double agent : my secret life undercover in the IRA / Kevin Fulton ; with Jim Nally and Ian Gallagher
London : John Blake Publishing, 2019.
xvii, 270 pages ; 20 cm.
First published in 2006 as "Unsung hero".
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LocationCollectionCall numberStatus/Desc
Beaumaris LibraryAdult Non Fiction - True Crime363.252 FULAvailable
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