THE ROUGH MECHANICAL by Alan Bollard
The Man Who Could

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It is wartime. Adam has been shot down on a bombing raid and incarcerated. He may be a quiet and unassuming man, but he is a technical wizard and he isn’t going to let the barbed wire hold him back. After liberation, he and his crew find themselves caught up in the early days of the Cold War: hunting Nazi sympathisers, confronting threatening Soviet forces, enjoying seedy Berlin night clubs, and meeting a mysterious German woman.
Back in London, Adam and his new bride May try to rebuild their lives after war. But it is grey and cold, and life is rationed. However Adam has some very big ideas, and they take him through crises in Whitehall, a rocky marriage, a return to Berlin, and an evolving spy drama.
 

About Alan Bollard

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Dr Alan Bollard was appointed as Governor of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand in September 2002. Dr Bollard has also worked as an economist in a variety of positions in the United Kingdom and in the South Pacific.
 
Published November 17, 2012 by Xlibris. 302 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Education & Reference, Professional & Technical. Fiction

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