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"A Brilliant Adventure Story"
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I read this is just a couple of sittings, the story is that gripping. Matt Lynn has assembled a clasic collection of rough mercenaries and sent them to Afghanistan to carry out a daring robbery, taking the drug money of the warlords backing the Taliban. They think they are working for the British but…well, I won't give away the ending. Fans of Andy McNab are going to love this, but actually the writing, jokes, and action scenes are a cut above the standard military fare.

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A riveting military action adventure novel - Band of Brothers meets Andy McNab in a story of hard nosed mercenaries. In Helmand Province, in southern Afghanistan, the British are fighting an increasingly desperate battle to bring a resurgent Taliban under control. The British commander knows the Taliban control the heroin trade, which brings in vast amounts of money for weapons. They back a covert mercenary unit to steal the drug lords' money. The deal: they will get intelligence and logistical support from the British Army, and in return they get to keep the money. The unit is put together by DEF's best man, Steve West; vastly experienced and ex SAS. But the mission goes horribly wrong. The men from Death Inc. find themselves fighting a desperate rearguard action through the lawless badlands of southern Afghanistan, and al-Queda-controlled northern Pakistan...

Author Biography

Matt Lynn has written a number of successful novels which have been translated into many languages. As a journalist, he worked for The Sunday Times for many years and now writes a column for Bloomberg in the US and is a regular contributor to The Spectator. He lives in Goudhurst, Kent with his wife and children.
Release date NZ
January 8th, 2009
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Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Headline Book Publishing
Pages
416
Dimensions
178x41x239
ISBN-13
9780755344932
Product ID
2664279

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