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Paul Larkin

Chroniclers are privileged to enter where they list, to come and go through keyholes, to ride upon the wind, to overcome in their soarings up and down, all obstacles of distance, time and place.
Charles Dickens - Barnaby Rudge, Chapter The Ninth

Re-mastered version of A Very British Jihad now available as an eBook

Cic Saor aficionados may be interested to know that my book on structured collusion between British state operatives and pro British death squads is now available as a Kindle eBook.

There were several problems with the initial e-version but these have now been all but eradicated and the Kindle version is now quite close to the original print version published by Beyond The Pale. In fact, once a searchable table of contents is in place, the eBook version will in some ways be better than the printed version, which suffers from not having an index – in spending time making sure the content was rock solid we simply ran out of time.

Part of my motivation for making the book available as an eBook comes from the fact that people are now charging outrageous prices for the standard book version, which is now sold out and therefore out of print. I of course have no control over this.

I never imagined that our book (a great team effort by myself as author, Mike Tomlinson as editor and my former lawyer at the BBC Seán McTernan) would be touted on the internet at such extortionate prices but the availability of the eBook will, at least, give readers another option. It can be viewed here -

@Paul Larkin
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