SAS trooper Aidan Snow is in charge of training a new Polish unit when he is called to lead the barely-trained men into an operation to foil a bank robbery. Disaster strikes when the criminals blow the convoy to hell, and Snow is left fighting for his life in a car's wreckage. A green-eyed soldier stands over him and watches what he believes are Snow's last breaths; but he doesn't pull the trigger. Ten years later, Snow is teaching in Ukraine, keeping a low profile. But events will force Snow into a life-or-death chase.
"Decent Story, I Think."
In Britain, MI6 operative Aidan Snow witnesses a ruthless murder. Paddy Fox, a jaded ex-SAS soldier, foils the kidnap of a member of the Saudi Royal Family. Russia is making offers - and demands - to Ukraine that cannot be refused. In Saudi Arabia an al-Qaeda terror cell prepares for a mission. How are all these events connected? And what is Cold Black? Aidan Snow must fit the pieces of the puzzle together before it's too late.
Brad Black, call sign "Peter Pan", is a member of America's elite Delta Force unit. Tasked to recon a tunnel network in use by the Taliban, it is just another day in the sandpit for the delta boys until something attacks them in the darkness. Presumed killed in action, Black is abducted by a shadowy figure before being forced to cross the inhospitable Afghan wilderness in order to be reunited with what is left of his team. Meanwhile, horrific secrets buried in the Afghan mountains for a quarter of a century are about to be unleashed.
"Good idea for story"
Stretching from London to Langley, Virginia, from Afghanistan to Chechnya and the Caucasus, intelligence services the world over must work together to foil the terrorist threat that lurks in the shadows.