Gripping, topical and gut-wrenching true-life adventure memoir of British born intelligence agent Andrea Davison. Intelligence Services few know exist, secret agreements running behind world events. How the dark heart of child abuse props up a system running behind a global deception perpetrated upon us all. From the icy cold of Siberia to the burning deserts of Iraq; from the busy streets of London to the wilds of Scotland. Andrea races against time to unearth secrets elite insiders keep veiled by propaganda and hidden via murder and imprisonment. State assassins, suicides to order, set-ups, child abuse, all backed by a relentless road roller of a legal system designed to serve as a mechanism of cover-up for an elite few. The game of intelligence is the greatest game ever played. The protagonists and heroes often disappear their stories lost in the shifting sands of time. Will Andrea solve the puzzle and save herself from assassination or jail? Shoot the Women First is the untold story of a secret global Intelligence Service and a hidden blood-line. Going behind the masks of Governments and State agencies. Step into mystery with Shoot the Women First for an exhilarating ride to the other side of the looking glass.


Andrea Davison is a British born intelligence agent who fled persecution in Britain and now lives in Argentina with her five rescue dogs.  Andrea was involved in scandals spanning the Atlantic, Arms to Iraq, Iran Contra, Lockerbie, terrorism, regime change and the trafficking of children. She was the intelligence advisor to the Labour members of the parliamentary select committee investigating Super-gun. She also worked with Tony Blair MP and other well-known Politicians and journalists. From an ancient Celtic line, she inherited the ‘sight’.  Next book coming soon.

You can find Andrea on Twitter @beforethestars

  • Paperback: 284 pages
  • Publisher: Bellatrix Books Inc. (8 Dec. 2017)


Amazon Reviews

Do you really know your MP?
This is one of a new genre of book – Conspiracy Fact. Among the conspirators in this book are UK politicians and people in high office protecting paedophiles and child abusers among their own kind, or using the security services to obtain evidence of sexually deviant activities of MP’s in order to blackmail them.
The duplicity and lies of the Iraq ‘weapons of mass destruction’ are also exposed by the author, herself closely involved in the lead-up to the invasion of Iraq.
According to this book anyone very close to publicly exposing these activities often ended up dead, two of the victims being Jill Dando and David Kelly.
Nowadays when a woman complains of an historical event when an MP touched her on her arm or knee there’s an outcry of ‘inappropriate behaviour’ resulting in the MP being immediately punished in some way, but complaints of historical child abuse or sexual deviancy by serving or former MP’s are ignored or found to be invalid. This book tells you how these people have been protected and what happened to the accusers, usually young boys from children’s homes, some of whom died in strange circumstances.
It’s a very disturbing account of historic sexual abuse and sexual deviancy by MP’s, some still in office, and named in the book.
Although there are one or two instances where some ‘tidying up’ would not go amiss I can’t agree with the person writing the recent critical review who is more concerned about the style of presentation than the book’s very disturbing content.
The real question is; why does someone have to seek exile in a foreign country in order to write a book such as this? The answer is too obvious.
In the words of Corporal Jones – “They don’t like it up ’em”.

When people like Andrea speak out
Fact is surely stranger than fiction!

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