Brothers in Arms is the third book in the Harry Waters Series and the sequel to Heroes.
Seven years have passed since former SAS officer Harry Waters stood trial in Winchester for the murder of his best friend. He wants nothing more than to be left alone but then Harry has always understood that what you want and what get in this world are hardly ever one and the same thing.
Harry had known, sooner or later, his past was going to catch up with him. In Brothers in Arms his past returns to haunt him, and within days the cost is measured in blood and death.
Harry has no choice but to fall back on the skills and training he acquired in a decade on the road with the SAS.
A psychopathic killer bent on vengeance lurks out in the darkness and only Harry can lure him into the light for one last lethal confrontation.
It has taken all I can do to get about 1/3 thru this book. The plot is probably okay, but the narration is laughable. I'm probably and unfairly comparing him to George Guidall, who is the best, but his overemphasis is funny. I doubt I will bother finishing the book.
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