In different parts of London, three recruits prepare for their first day at the Metropolitan Police's training centre at Hendon. All three had succeeded in getting into the police in spite of weaknesses. But on their first day, the assistant commissioner announces that he wants them to join a team of undercover detectives. Their brief? To become criminals; to work their way up through whatever criminal organisations they can get access to, and to collate evidence against the criminals they come across. Their target? One of the world's biggest drug dealers. Den Donovan, alias 'Tango One' - number one on HM Customs and Excise List of most wanted criminals. Three years later all the recruits are getting close to their target. Too close, perhaps, to remember the rules...
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In different parts of London, three recruits prepare for their first day at the Metropolitan Police training center. All three have secrets in their past that they’re eager to put behind them. But the Met has other plans for Jamie, Bunny, and Tina. They’re to join a team of undercover detectives, a secret unit involved in the long–term penetration of criminal gangs. Their target? One of the world’s major drug dealers: Den Donovan—alias “Tango One.” A man so rich and powerful that he’s virtually untouchable. But as the three recruits close in on their quarry, they’re unaware that someone is pursuing an alternative agenda. Someone who has deliberately put their lives on the line.About the Author:
A journalist for more than ten years, Stephen Leather has worked for several papers including The Times, the Glasgow Herald, the Daily Mail and the South China Morning Post in Hong Kong. He began writing full-time in 1992. TANGO ONE is his thirteenth novel. He has also written for television shows such as THE BILL, LONDON'S BURNING and THE KNOCK. Stephen Leather lives in Dublin
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Descripción Hodder & Stoughton, 2002. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M0340734051