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The Mist Stage One: The Prelude

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Zusammenfassung

Today’s world is a world of conspiracies—too many of them. But what if, fantastically, many of them actually dovetail to form a fine spidery web of truth? What if ancient myths are not myths anymore- what if they never were? What if politics was always an embodiment of those very myths?
It certainly seems so as Tanya, the Pakistani spy, is commissioned to find and disclose the truth behind the war of terror- trails leading her to the West, and then back again to Pakistan to effect a closure only to find that in order to achieve true closure one has to travel again, not countries this time, but centuries...
"The Mist" is a spy novel, dealing with today’s conspiracies, mostly political, and regarding intelligence agencies. Tanya is a Pakistani black ops agent also called a "Knight", belonging to a secret intelligence agency that officially doesn’t exist. This intelligence agency, called "The Mist", is independent of and with the power to investigate the governing body, including the President, as well as the other intelligence agencies working under the government or the army.

Being a non-existent agency, it also has a global immunity.

The job of Tanya is to penetrate all groups that show signs of terrorist activities, especially the registered groups, in order to find out who exactly runs them, whether they are genuine militants or fronts for particular governments.
She is on a two-fold mission: to expose the truth behind war and to steer Pakistan clear of the war.

"The Mist" (The Prelude) is the first of a two-part series where we follow our lovely spy, Tanya into a world of intrigue, exploring different cultures amazingly linked, discovering the colours and flavours of various societies within societies, historical legends- and basic human nature- in her quest for the truth.

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