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Smoke and Mirrors by Angus McLean
A simple snatch and grab operation leaves a trail of dead bodies behind and sets a ruthless Saudi terrorist on the run.
Haunted by the ghosts of his past and blamed for the botched operation, deniable intelligence operator Craig Archer is thrown headlong into an adventure he could have lived without – and may not live through.
Drafted to the black ops unit of the SIS, known as The Division, he finds himself chasing shadows as he hunts the escaped Saudi moneyman, a former IRA bombmaker and a possible traitor in the Service. Accompanied by a beautiful agent from MI6 and constantly half a step behind the bad guys, Archer chases his targets across four countries in a relentless pursuit that leaves a path of destruction in its wake.
Chasing Paper by Graham Hamer
Ian Gidman’s debts are growing by the month, and there’s nothing he can do about it. His partner is favourably inclined towards some serious financial misappropriation at Ian’s expense and, like a twig in a raging torrent, Ian’s life is spun around by events beyond his control. Just as he thinks the situation is improving, his former partner goes on the offensive once again and it seems that, even when he’s thousands of miles away, Ian can’t shake off his adversary. Meanwhile there’s a ten million pound embezzlement going on, right under everyone’s noses. But who’s pulling the strings and orchestrating events? It has the feel of a lady’s hand.
Exclusive Hunting Revolutionaries by Thomas Sewell
Halfway around the world, rushed into battle against the East India Company’s enemies, will the Virginian marines catch the Indian revolutionaries, or will it be the other way around?
Most modern American’s have never heard of Hyder Ali and don’t realize his fight against the British East India Company routinely made news in the colonies before and during the revolutionary war. Somewhere in the generations after Jefferson, American history forgot about him, but you can stump some of your friends by asking them “Who was the George Washington of India?”
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