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This is a fictional crime suspense story of modern-day Political guile as applied absolutely to suppress the whole truth from surfacing through the murky waters of Political deceit. It explores how universally applied law is bent officially to impoverish and criminalise carefully selected targets.

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Target Shortcoming is a 140,000 word fictional crime suspense novel written in the first person by the Scottish author Leo Hunter. Published in 2009 I.S.B.N. 9780955214349 in this CD EXE format by Able Limited Editions.

This is a story of modern-day Political guile as applied absolutely to suppress the whole truth from surfacing through the murky waters of Political deceit. It explores how universally applied law is bent officially to impoverish and criminalise carefully selected targets. As such it's set in Scotland.

A Governmental agent decides to go public to reveal an inherent intention of presiding Government Ministers to destroy trial by jury; under a cloud of war. They're therefore targeted by ruthless Government agents before they do however, to the extent that the ruthless agents cause their death. But not before they manage to pass soul-destroying evidence of the Government objective on to an unknown bystander. Unknown in the fields of official intelligence that is.

The bystander is then targeted, as they sift through evidence of 56 serious offences committed on behalf of the Government by other agents. The bystander's flight from certain death inevitably intensifies, as the agents realise they were preparing to go public themselves. They do go public eventually; near sure death, behind an imprenitable curtain of war-induced secrecy, when another Government agency decides it's prudent to allow their case to be heard in private, without a jury, and without representation.

The bystander wins; but at an extreme price.

Available in this CD EXE Format with delivery included in the price of £6.99. But it's only available to UK buyers. CD's will be posted free to any UK land mail address within five days of purchase.  

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2020-08-15
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