Greek Fire

By Kenneth Benton

Thriller | eBook


MI6’s man in Corfu is dead and his Greek double-agent is missing; SIS investigator Lucas Grant is tasked with completing the dead man’s mission to uncover a KGB spy ring’s plans for Albania – a failing and volatile satellite state of crucial importance to the Soviet Union in the twilight of the Cold War. With the reluctant help of the dead man’s fellow spy and former lover, the British Embassy and some old-fashioned espionage work, Grant picks up the trail and stalks his Russian opponent to a thrilling showdown.



Kenneth Benton was born in Wolverhampton, England, in 1909 and, after a period teaching in Vienna, was recruited to MI6 in the Vienna Passport Control Office in 1937; working as a Passport Control Officer (PCO), a common cover for British intelligence agents abroad, much of his work was in translating and interpreting covert messages. After the Anschluss, Kenneth and his wife Peggie Benton (also working for the Foreign Office) were relocated to Riga, Latvia, until the Soviet occupation of the Baltic states in 1940.


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Kenneth Benton was born in Wolverhampton, England, in 1909 and, after a period teaching in Vienna, was recruited to MI6 in the Vienna Passport Control Office in 1937; working as a Passport Control Officer (PCO), a common cover for British intelligence agents abroad, much of his work was in translating and interpreting covert messages. After the Anschluss, Kenneth and his wife Peggie Benton (also w...


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