A standalone short story from best-selling writer Chris Ryan. Danny Black is a lone wolf on an unofficial mission. He is in the deserts of East Africa, looking for his old comrade in arms, Spud, wounded in their last mission and now missing. A wounded British solder is a commodity in these parts.... Danny recruits a grizzled ex-Blade to help him; encounters an ex-Mossad mercenary, who is part of the supply chain; and heads for a showdown with a small Somali army, led by most-wanted Islamist militant Abu Bakr.
A migrant boat battles through the rough Mediterranean. Its passengers are desperate, starving and scared. They are also being ruthlessly targeted by the SAS. Islamic State militants are smuggling themselves into Europe using these boats. Only by locating such men before they make it into the UK can the Regiment stop them committing their acts of terror on British soil.
Islamic State is here, all around us. There is no defence. Only attack. On the Syria/Iraq border, a British hostage is beheaded by IS terrorists. When the executioner breaks down, he is led into a nearby tent, where a masked figure is waiting for him. This mysterious person is treated with a mixture of respect and terror. They call him the Caliph.
Following a suicide bombing in central London, series SAS hero Danny Black is recruited to be part of an assassination squad, directed by a joint MI5/MI6/CIA committee and tasked with hunting down and killing the terrorist cells believed to be planning further atrocities.
The No. 1 Sunday Times bestselling modern classic: A Bravo Two Zero for the Second Gulf War. They were branded as cowards and accused of being the British Special Forces Squadron that ran away from the Iraqis. But nothing could be further from the truth. Ten years on, the story of these sixty men can finally be told. In March 2003 M Squadron - an SBS unit with SAS embeds - was sent 1,000 kilometres behind enemy lines on a true mission impossible, to take the surrender of the 100,000-strong Iraqi Army 5th Corps.
He died in the darkness, surrounded by friends. They found him at sunrise, on Venice's most popular beach. His throat had been cut, his tongue removed. Captain Kat Tapo suspects a ritual murder with Masonic roots. The brotherhood won’t give up its secrets to a policewoman - but Kat won’t give up the hunt.
The first Kiszka and Kershaw mystery. A naked girl has washed up on the banks of the River Thames. The only clue to her identity is a heart-shaped tattoo encircling two foreign names. Who is she - and why did she die?
The Abduction has begun…. The teenage daughter of a US soldier disappeared in Venice last night. Now clues are appearing on anonymous website Carnivia.com - and the police are always one step behind. Kat Tapo of the Venice Carabinieri and US intelligence analyst Holly Boland are working together to find the girl, but the race to save her will uncover a conspiracy that powerful men will kill to keep hidden.
Meet Janusz Kiska: Private investigator, ‘fixer' and - murderer? The keenly anticipated novel from crime writer Anya Lipska, author of Where The Devil Can't Go. When masked men brutally stab one of his closest friends to death, Janusz Kiszka - fixer to East London's Poles - must dig deep into London's criminal underbelly to track down the killers and deliver justice.
Sir David Frost, who died suddenly in August 2013, was the only person to have met and interviewed every British Prime Minister since Harold Wilson as well as seven Presidents of the United States. Other world leaders he interviewed included Nelson Mandela, Mikhail Gorbachev, Vladimir Putin, Henry Kissinger, Benazir Bhutto, Shimon Peres, Yasser Arafat and Benjamin Netanyahu.
The third Kiszka and Kershaw crime thriller. Things are looking up for Janusz Kiszka, big-hearted 'fixer' to London's Poles. His girlfriend/the love of his life, Kasia, is finally leaving her no-good husband to make a new life with him, and he's on the brink of a deal to ensure their financial security for years to come. Then Kasia vanishes - and the big Pole's world is torn apart.
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