Based on my understanding of the author's military and combat experience, the book's story line involving jungles, weapons and hand to hand combat is nothing less than riveting. His protagonist-anti-hero is a working class bloke who found his niche in the military and now serves as a contract assasin for the English version of the CIA. The action scenes, whether he's being beaten or in a fight to the death, is so realistic that only someone intimate with these situations could write like this. His internal struggle with his conscience and "work ethic" adds to the tension. This is the type of book that ends up as a movie.
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