Dead Man Running: The True Story of a Secret Agent's Escape from the IRA and the Mi5

Dead Man Running The True Story of a Secret Agent s Escape from the IRA and the Mi McGartland the only British agent to successfully infiltrate the IRA risked his life working undercover escaping death and torture after his cover was blown Later he discovered his capture by the I

  • Title: Dead Man Running: The True Story of a Secret Agent's Escape from the IRA and the Mi5
  • Author: Martin McGartland
  • ISBN: 9780803820050
  • Page: 131
  • Format: Paperback
  • McGartland, the only British agent to successfully infiltrate the IRA, risked his life working undercover, escaping death and torture after his cover was blown Later he discovered his capture by the IRA had been jointly arranged by the MI5 and the U.K Secret Service This gripping sequel details his attempts to find the truth.

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    1 thought on “Dead Man Running: The True Story of a Secret Agent's Escape from the IRA and the Mi5”

    1. One of the shittest books I've ever read, Comes across as a snivelling sel-centred snitch who wonders why everyone hates him.

    2. Extremely courageous man. I could not put this book down, I salute your bravery and wish you all the very best Marty, live peacefully.A lifetime of events in such a short time, this pace of life would break the toughest of men, extremely well told from the man that lived it. May god bless and look over you Marty.

    3. This is the sequel to Fifty Dead Men Walking by Martin McGartland. It is a continuation of his story as a Special Branch agent infiltrating the IRA, and his life after he was discovered by the IRA and narrowly escaped with his life. It covers the obstacles he encountered hiding out on the Mainland, the harassment received by the local police forces, his struggles to remain safe from IRA agents looking to finish the job of ending his life. The very people Martin risked his life for on a daily bas [...]

    4. This is a continuation of Fifty Dead Men Walking.I found this story interesting but slightly repetitive, a lot of the first book is wrote in this - to help you understand his story, but it's as though its been copied word for word which is quite boring & I found myself flicking pages until his present story continued.I can't believe our government treats someone so bad after all the work he has done to keep people safe.

    5. Quite repetitious after reading "Fifty Dead Men Walking." The second highlights his day to day struggles. It also highlights collusion between his handlers, MI 5, Northumbria police, and the IRA. Overall it was a decent update after reading his first book.

    6. A bit of a whine fest. Don't get me wrong, an incredibly brave man and was utterly shafted by all it seams, but the whole book just seems to be a vehicle for him to vent his feelings. Perfectly understandable but doesn't make it a hugely enjoyable read.

    7. In the famous words (or infamous) of Rodney King."Can't we all just get along?" Politics and religion have killed more people than.

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