Featured: The Hunt for Enigma’s Mother by Gordon Bickerstaff

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Ruthless forces competing to prevent exposure of a criminal cold case capable of destroying the alliance between Europe and the USA.

In North Carolina, a home invasion goes horribly wrong, and triggers a series of disastrous knock-on events, beginning with the abduction of a five-year-old girl.

Six years later, one of the kidnappers is identified on a routine facial recognition scan at Glasgow

Central train station.

Relevant authorities are notified, and they race to be the first to capture the fugitive.

Zoe Tampsin’s Lambeth Group prepare to make an arrest.

Unaware of ruthless forces competing to prevent exposure of a criminal cold case capable of destroying the alliance between Europe and the USA.

The stakes are high.

The consequences are unthinkable.

The options are vanishing.

Meet Gordon Bickerstaff:

Gordon Bickerstaff hails from Glasgow. He taught biochemistry at several Scottish universities, and laboratory research on enzymes. After thirty years of university teaching and research, including 25 years as an Open University tutor, he retired his academic pen and took of a fiction pen.

He writes crime/conspiracy thrillers, and created the Lambeth Group series. Although a series with recurring characters, all the books are standalone stories.

The series take inspiration from the 1970s TV series ‘Doomwatch’. A secret government department (The Lambeth Group) deploy scientists along with Security Service agents to investigate, neutralise and protect the national infrastructure of the UK.

The principal characters are special forces-trained, Zoe Tampsin and university academic, Gavin Shawlens. One Amazon reviewer described the series as Mission Impossible meets James Bond with Zoe as Ethan Hunt and Gavin as Benji Dunn.

Gordon lives with my wife in central Scotland where corrupt academics, mystery, murder, and intrigue exists mostly in my mind. He enjoys reading, writing, walking in the hills, 60s & 70s music, and travel.

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