Book: The Ferret Files by Phillip Legardcategories: Book, Conspiracy, Military Project, Management Consultancy, Secret Societies, Mystery, The Network, Intelligence, Detective
Phillip Legardabout this book: Meet Ferret, London's premier detecting consultant...
Anyone who's worked in a city has met a management consultant, and like me, marveled at their natural cheek and charm. I first encountered Ferret ten years ago when I was working in finance; he had both of the aforementioned attributes in spades. After a few beers one night, he told me the most outrageous tale of insider trading, secret societies and a clandestine government project involving his late father. One twisted arm later, I agreed to tell his tale, enlisting the aid of my good pal Richard Argent as illustrator and cover designer.
Prior to his premature death, Ferret's father Wolfgang borrowed a cache of highly sensitive documents from the military which he ensured found their way to his son. Wolfgang didn't cover his tracks very well and both the government and other interested parties are determined to appropriate the scientific research that makes up Project XIII. Ferret in turn, wants to know what his estranged father was up to for all those years he was missing. Under the circumstances, Ferret, Richard and I agreed it was only right to call the finished novel 'The Ferret Files'.
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