Knowledge of these files is classified.
You must not use police or intelligence services to carry out your investigation. Those channels are compromised.
A final warning: you must move fast.
Former MP Francis Morahan swore never to return to politics. But when he’s asked to chair a government inquiry into the intelligence agencies’ record against terror, it’s clear that it’s an order from the top – not a request.
Sara Shah once teetered on the edge of a dangerous circle. Now a lawyer in a prestigious London firm, she’s put her past behind her. Until a letter delivered by hand summons her to join the Morahan Inquiry.
Duty-bound, Sara accepts. Armed only with a list of names, dodging her one-time connection to the networks she infiltrates, she finds herself led by an anonymous source into the darkest corners of post-9/11 Britain.
What, or who, was the weapon at the heart of British terror?
IT IS A SECRET SOME WILL STOP AT NOTHING TO KEEP HIDDEN.
Westminster’s best-kept secrets are hunted down in this edge-of-your-seat political thriller – perfect for fans of Sam Bourne, Frank Gardner and Mick Herron.
PRAISE FOR THE INQUIRY
‘Fast-paced, thrilling and uncomfortably credible’ Ross Armstrong, author of The Girls Beneath
‘Highly enjoyable. Edge of the seat stuff!’ Simon Booker, author of Kill Me Twice
‘An excellent first book by a writer who knows his stuff. I won’t write any spoilers but this is a tense and exciting thriller with a massive twist at the end. Highly recommended’ Greville W (Netgalley)
About the author
Will Caine lives in South London, and is a BAFTA award-winning and highly acclaimed investigative film-maker and journalist.
He has spent much of his life delving into the secrets of state, and has written non-fiction books under another name.
The Inquiry is his first thriller.