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The Search For Churchill’s Lost Gold Begins Again.

In 1940, with the British army in disarray after the evacuation from Dunkirk, invasion seemed a very real possibility. As a precaution, the Government decided to protect the national gold reserves by sending most of the bullion to Canada on fast ships that ran the gauntlet of the U boat fleets. But a lot of gold bars and other treasures were hidden in England. In the fog of war, this treasure was lost. Now, finally, a clue has emerged that might lead to the hiding place. The Government needs the gold back if the country is not to plunge into a huge financial crisis. Major Jim Wilson has been tasked to find it. He and his small team start the search, unaware that there is a traitor watching their every move and intent on acquiring the gold, at any cost.

The second book in the Jim Wilson series.



Jim Wilson

Major James Grant Wilson, normally known as Jim, was until very recently a highly capable combat officer in the Royal Engineers. An intelligent and inspiring leader he has always generated intense loyalty from his tough, no nonsense, soldiers. He is also famous in many parts of the British Army for being able to recognise any scotch whisky by taste and smell. A talent that has earned him many savage hangovers as the soldiers of his company have tried to fool him. Tall and well-built, he has a scar across his chin that aches when it is cold and reminds him of Afghanistan. Unusually for an engineering officer, he has a fear of enclosed spaces, which started when he was trapped in a mine accident, while his father was showing him around, although he has managed to control this over the years.

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Reviews - Golden Eights

Great story; well researched and written and very believable

This author has me hooked now and I'll definitely be looking out for his next book.

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A thrilling read!

This is the second novel I have read by Nigel Seed and he continues to impress and satisfy his readers with round rounded characters and solid story lines.

In this book, Major Wilson (introduced in V4), and his team, go on a mission to find the gold hidden by the British during WWII.

As with V4, this book has a lot of action and twists and turns and surprises.

I look forward to reading more of his work in the future.