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Trigger Men / Crow's War / Wolf's Lair

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British academic, David Holt, is being held hostage by a ruthless East African dictator. Unable to secure Holt's release through diplomatic channels, the UK Government resorts to the clandestine recruitment of a small team of freelance operatives. The subsequent rescue attempt triggers a chain of events in which violence, betrayal and sudden death are inexorably linked, ensuring that by mission's end no-one will emerge unscathed.

Book 2, CROW'S WAR

A pilot and a drifter, Crow earns a precarious living, ferrying relief supplies along Pakistan's north-western frontier. Until a local resistance leader comes along with a very lucrative job offer: to airlift a critically injured Mujahideen field commander to hospital in Peshawar. One slight snag: the pick-up point lies deep in Afghanistan. And there's a war on. But the money's good, so Crow accepts the contract. However, when an unexpected welcoming committee turns his helicopter into a heap of charred metal, he finds his exit plan severely compromised. The only way out is on foot. Beset on all sides by bandits. Afghan warlords, heroin smugglers and Russian special forces, Crow makes his run for the border.


Michael Logan, former Royal Marine turned smuggler, faces a grim future in a Turkish jail, until fate intervenes in the shape of his one-time partner, the irrepressible Harry Donovan, who's been hired by a wealthy German industrialist to help in the search for his father - the Kriegsmarine's most decorated U-boat ace – reported missing at the end of the war, along with a fortune in gold bullion. Sounds intriguing, but as Logan and Donovan soon discover, other factions are involved in the hunt. And lured by what? The Reichsbank's stolen reserves or a darker legacy, which if delivered into the wrong hands could re-ignite the flames of hatred thought to have been extinguished beneath the ashes of a war-torn Berlin many years before.

Genre: Thriller

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