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Cobra 405 by Damien Lewis
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1976, war-torn Beirut. Under the cover of a massive firefight, an unknown band of armed men blast their way into the Imperial Bank of Beirut. Over the next 48 hours they load up three trucks with gold bullion, and the raiders and the loot disappear forever. Two weeks earlier, a young SAS Major newly arrived in The Regiment had tasked his men with scoping out just such a Beirut bank robbery strictly as an exercise only. But when SAS veteran Luke Kilbride presented his plan for the heist, the Major tore it apart as being a, useless piece of crap . Kilbride didn t appreciate this jumped-up officer telling him he was a fool. Neither did the men in his unit. Together, they decided to prove the Major wrong and rob the bank anyway, as a freelance operation. But whilst the heist went like clockwork, that was just the start of things going badly wrong for Kilbride and his men. Eventually, they are forced to hide the loot and make their getaway. Thirty years later, Kilbride and his team are planning their return. The only problem is that a powerful and ruthless enemy is hell bent on finding the gold before them. Kilbride dreams up a cunning and audacious decoy mission to lead them aw

Author Biography

Damien Lewis is a journalist and documentary film maker. He has worked for the Daily Telegraph, the Guardian and the BBC. His previous books include Sunday Times bestsellers Slave and Operation Certain Death and, most recently, Bloody Heroes. He lives in Ireland.
Release date NZ
March 6th, 2008
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Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations
16 Illustrations, unspecified
Imprint
Arrow Books Ltd
Pages
432
Dimensions
110x178x27
ISBN-13
9780099481966
Product ID
1662051

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