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COLD BLOOD by Alex Shaw Book Resume:
SAS-Soldat Aidan Snow ist gerade dabei, eine neue Einheit polnischer Rekruten zu trainieren, als man ihn und seine kaum ausgebildeten Männer aussendet, einen Bankraub zu vereiteln. Dabei geschieht das Unfassliche – der Militärkonvoi wird aufgerieben, und Snow kämpft in einem der brennenden Wracks um sein Leben. Über ihm steht ein grünäugiger Soldat und beobachtet Snows vermeintlich letzte Atemzüge. Doch er erschießt ihn nicht. Zehn Jahre später. Snow lehrt in der Ukraine und versucht, nicht weiter aufzufallen. Doch das Schicksal hat andere Pläne mit ihm. Der grünäugige Soldat, Taurus Pashinski alias der Bulle, wurde unterdessen von seinen alten Armeekontakten angeworben, Waffen und Drogen über die Grenze in die Ukraine zu schmuggeln. Dort bekommt er Hinweise, nach denen zwei britische Investoren angeblich für den Tod seiner Brüder verantwortlich sein sollen. Es beginnt eine Menschenjagd quer durch England und eine Reihe dramatischer Ereignisse in der Ukraine, die auch Snow und seine Freunde immer tiefer in einen Strudel aus Geheimdienstaffären, Geschäftemachern und blutdürstigen Ex-Militärs ziehen. Schnell gleicht das Land einem Kriegsschauplatz. Was genau aber hat der Bulle vor? Und kann Aidan Snow ihm rechtzeitig das Handwerk legen? ----------------------------------------------- "Shaws Stil knistert von Seite zu Seite wie die Flamme an einer kurzen Lunte unmittelbar vor der Detonation. Fans von Clancy, McNab, Ryan und Leather werden Aidan Snow lieben." [Matt Hilton, Autor der "Joe Hunter"-Erfolgsthriller] "Die perfekte Mixtur aus Spionageroman und Politikthriller." [Matt Lynn, Bestseller-Autor der "Death-Force"-Thriller]
Death Toll by Stephen Leather,Alex Shaw,J. H. Bográn Book Resume:
"Nothing excites me more than discovering new writing talent, and this book is bursting with it!" - Stephen Leather "Action, violence and cold-blooded ruthlessness, this compilation of thrillers has it all. Six authors, six different styles, one great read." - Jack Silkstone "You have a real treat in store for you here, my friends. These guys tell great stories; stories that feel so real you'll be looking over your shoulder. They just do it in an extraordinarily economical way." -Jake Needham DEATH TOLL is a powerful, pulse-pounding, thriller anthology introduced by international bestselling crime author Jake Needham that brings together Stephen Leather, Alex Shaw, JH Bográn, Stephen Edger, Liam Saville, and Howard Manson. DEATH TOLL takes you on an expedition into the dangerous, deadly world of assassins, spies, corrupt police officers, cold-blooded killers, rogue robbers and ruthless revenge. DEATH TOLL is the best short thriller fiction from six of today's best thriller authors. DEATH TOLL includes: Hiatus - STEPHEN LEATHER Hetman: Donetsk Calling - ALEX SHAW The Assassin's Mistress - JH BOGRAN Best Served Cold - STEPHEN EDGER Goodbye Maria, Sorry - HOWARD MANSON Predator Strike - LIAM SAVILLE Under Cover of Death - HOWARD MANSON Breaking In - STEPHEN LEATHER
Once A Pilgrim (John Carr, Book 1) by James Deegan Book Resume:
‘You couldn’t make it up. Brilliant.’ Jeffrey Archer ‘Decades of war has given James Deegan a natural ability to create a world that is incredibly realistic and exciting. This takes military fiction to a whole new level entirely. Deegan is a master’ Tom Marcus Mi5 Survellance officer, Author of Capture or Kill
The Angry Sea (John Carr, Book 2) by James Deegan Book Resume:
'Brutal and brilliant' Tom Marcus, author of SOLDIER SPY Former SAS Sergeant Major John Carr is relaxing on a Spanish beach, when a man with dark eyes attracts his attention. Fixated on a group of young Britons, the man doesn't notice Carr and soon moves on. Within the hour, the Costa del Sol will be plunged into one of the most audacious and horrifying terrorist attacks Europe has ever seen. In a co-ordinated strike, armed men storm both the beach and a cruise ship anchored further up the coast. But the terrorists - hiding personal greed under the veil of religious extremism - have an even bolder plan. Constrained by the sensitive political situation, MI6 and the Prime Minister must confront the possibility of leading a secret operation against a brutal enemy. And then find the right man to head it . . . Enter John Carr. Praise for The Angry Sea: 'Packed with authentic detail about the defence and intelligence communities, it rattles along at a furious pace, never takings its foot off the accelerator. A terrific story splendidly told' Daily Mail'**** . . . [A] top actioner' Weekend Sport'[Deegan] knows how to tell an unnervingly realistic story - and The Angry Sea is involving from the start and gripping to the end' ChoicePraise for James Deegan: 'You couldn't make it up. Brilliant' Jeffrey Archer 'Inevitably Deegan will be compared to Andy McNab and Chris Ryan, but he adds his own brand of contemporary authenticity. Carr is a hero for our times.'Daily Mail'As close as it gets to the real thing'Mark 'Billy' Billingham MBE. Former SAS Warrant Officer and star of TV's SAS Who Dares Wins'James Deegan writes with masterful authority and unsurpassed experience as he transports the reader deep into the troubles of Northern Ireland - and then brings them back up to date with a dramatic bang' Chantelle Taylor, Combat Medic and author of Battleworn
Delta Force Vampire by Alex Shaw Book Resume:
The Government made him Deadly, Vampires made him Immortal... A new hero and a new genre from Kindle bestselling author Alex Shaw. 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 to be reunited with what is left of his team. Meanwhile a General from Russian Military Intelligence (GRU) arrives at Firebase Python brining news of a Cold War weapons experiment so shocking that its existence has until now remained secret. Horrific secrets buried in the Afghan mountains for a quarter of a century are about to be unleashed.
The Fifth Man by Matthew Dunn Book Resume:
An Argentinian spy ship, disguised as a trawler, has been sailing around the Falkland Islands. The islanders and British military base on the Falklands are aware of the ship. They think it's harmless and ignore the ship. But one winter night, four islanders get drunk in a bar and decide to sail their boat out to sea to confront the spy ship. Nobody knows what happened that night. What is known is that the four men washed ashore the next day, dead. Former senior MI6 officer Ben Sign and his business partner, former under cover cop Tom Knutsen, are tasked by the British military to investigate the deaths. Sign is reluctant to do so until he's told that there was a fifth man on the boat on the night the men sailed out. The fifth man escaped and is somewhere in the Falklands. His evidence of what happened that night could give Britain the ammunition to go to war with Argentina. Sign and Knutsen agree to take on the case. Their task is to find the fifth man before an Argentinian assassination unit gets to him and kills him.
The Field of Blackbirds by Thomas Ryan Book Resume:
Former SAS soldier Jeff Bradley thought he had left warzones behind when he inherited a vineyard in rural New Zealand. But now his vineyard manager, Arben Shala, has gone missing in his native Kosovo. An enigmatic message tells Jeff that his friend is in grave danger. Determined to find Arben and bring him home, Jeff travels to Kosovo and finds a lawless state in the grip of criminal gangs. Corrupt officials obscure every lead. With the help of USAID director Morgan Delaney, Jeff delves into the province's seedy underworld and uncovers a conspiracy of terrifying scale. A web of dark connections links the captors with a terrorist bombing campaign across Europe, and now it is no longer just Arben whose survival is at stake. Double-crossed by allies, watched at every turn, can Jeff get to the heart of the conflict before the warlords get to him?
Masters of War by Chris Ryan Book Resume:
In Paris, an elderly man is assassinated as he takes his morning walk. In the war-torn cities of Syria, government forces wage a bloody war against their own people. The Russians are propping up the government, the French are backing one rebel fraction and the British are backing another. And in north Africa, young SAS trooper Danny Black is coming to the end of a gruelling tour of duty, or so he thinks. Danny has a new mission. An MI6 agent needs to make contact with Syrian rebel forces, and also with the private military contractors who are - unofficially - training this rebel faction as it struggles to bring down their government and establish a new regime that will be favourable to British business interests. Danny will learn who the masters of war, the men who call the shots, really are. Danny discovers a world where death is dispensed by the highest bidder and individuals will betray anybody if the price is right.
A Girl Made of Dust by Nathalie Abi-Ezzi Book Resume:
A “beautifully written, lyrical . . . completely believable” prize-winning novel about a girl’s coming of age in war-torn Lebanon (Publishers Weekly). In her peaceful town outside Beirut, Ruba is slowly awakening to the shifting contours within her household: hardly speaking and refusing to work, her father has inexplicably withdrawn from his family in favor of his favorite armchair; her once-youthful mother looks so sad that Ruba imagines her heart must have withered like a fig in the heat; and Ruba’s brother, Naji, is spending less time with Ruba than he is with older friends, some of whom carry guns. In trying to salvage her family, Ruba uncovers a secret from her father’s past. It sends her on a journey far from the fantasies of youth and into a brutal reality where men kill in the name of faith and race, old wrongs remain unforgiven, and where nothing less than self-sacrifice and unity can offer survival. But as Israeli troops invade Beirut and danger moves ever closer, Ruba realizes that she alone may not be able to keep her loved ones safe. She must first save her father. “Exquisitely affecting . . . page-turningly suspenseful . . . A Girl Made of Dust is equally gripping as a poignant family drama and as a visceral depiction of living with war literally crashing on your doorstep” (Words Without Borders). With its “delightful and precocious narrator [reminiscent of] Scout in To Kill a Mockingbird,” Abi-Ezzi captures both a country and a childhood plagued by a conflict that even at its darkest and most threatening, carries the promise of healing and retribution (Christian Science Monitor).
Names I Call My Sister by Mary Castillo,Berta Platas,Sofia Quintero,Lynda Sandoval Book Resume:
Four stories of sisterhood—the bonds, the wars, the frustrations, the love—seasoned with hot Latin spice! Those "Wild Orihuela Girls," Dori and her sister Sela, intend to live up to their reputation—and more!—in order to give their snooty sister-in-law-to-be exactly what she deserves on her wedding day . . . Till Death Do Us Part by Mary Castillo Anita Suarez is only seeking comfort after losing her dream job and carefree lifestyle, but finds that her old-fashioned sister Susana has abandoned her family to run off to Sin City with a college hunk. Now it's up to Anita to bring Susu back to reality and keep the younger man's sexy big brother at bay . . . What Stays in Vegas by Berta Platas Michelle Saez is a total straight-arrow by day—but at night, she lives a shocking double life in leather as Madame Michelina. And her scandalous secret could very well derail her attorney sister Jennifer's bid for elected office . . . Whipped by Sofia Quintero Popular talk-radio queen Marisol Avila can't keep her mouth shut—and she's airing her sister Cristy's dirty laundry to millions of listeners nationwide. It's going to take more than Cristy's unwanted fifteen minutes of fame to repair this sisterly rift and re-connect siblings who are seriously . . . Diss-Connected by Lynda Sandoval
The Fist of God by Frederick Forsyth Book Resume:
From the bestselling author of The Day of the Jackal, international master of intrigue Frederick Forsyth, comes a thriller that brilliantly blends fact with fiction for one of this summer's--or any season's--most explosive reads! From the behind-the-scenes decision-making of the Allies to the secret meetings of Saddam Hussein's war cabinet, from the brave American fliers running their dangerous missions over Iraq to the heroic young spy planted deep in the heart of Baghdad, Forsyth's incomparable storytelling skill keeps the suspense at a breakneck pace. Somewhere in Baghdad is the mysterious "Jericho," the traitor who is willing--for a price--to reveal what is going on in the high councils of the Iraqi dictator. But Saddam's ultimate weapon has been kept secret even from his most trusted advisers, and the nightmare scenario that haunts General Schwarzkopf and his colleagues is suddenly imminent, unless somehow, the spy can locate that weapon--The Fist of God--in time. Peopled with vivid characters, brilliantly displaying Forsyth's incomparable, knowledge of intelligence operations and tradecraft, moving back and forth between Washington and London, Baghdad and Kuwait, desert vastnesses and city bazaars, this breathtaking novel is an utterly convincing story of what may actually have happened behind the headlines.
Speaker by Robert A.V. Jacobs Book Resume:
The title story is a science fiction short based on the work of two well known authors, but those that follow it, may stretch your imagination by taking you into all that is weird and wonderful. A ghost in love, a fortune from a Leprechaun, an evil twin, a time traveller, a door to Narnia, the revenge of a witch, and a visit from some aliens are just a few of the things that, hopefully will make you laugh, cry or be terrified. Our hero moves into a new house, and it's haunted, His sister is a holy terror on legs and impossible to control. He takes the blame for all her misdeeds. Then he meets the ghost. Both are immediately attracted to each other. But that is the least of their problems. One twin is an astronaut, one a murderous criminal. The second has always coveted his brother's success, but his criminal past betrays him. So he schemes in an effort to take his brother's place. Just two of the thirty-two stories, set in the past, present and future that are waiting inside.
The Fix by Robert White Book Resume:
In the winter of 1996, on the orders of the British Government, the SAS stole the contents of a safe belonging to the Provisional IRA. Rick Fuller headed that team. Days later Fuller's wife was brutally murdered at his home. Convinced he was betrayed from within, Fuller begins a relentless search for her murderers and the men who gave the order. Ten years on Fuller is a Manchester gangland enforcer, a lone and bitter figure. Fuller recruits an old colleague to help him recover a consignment of cocaine from Amsterdam. In the search, doors open on the past and Fuller can finally take his revenge on the men who betrayed him.
Warlord by Chris Ryan Book Resume:
'The action comes bullet-fast and Ryan's experience of covert operations flash through the high-speed story like tracer rounds.' The Sun The fifth book in the Danny Black series. On the border of the United States and Mexico, a war is raging that can never be won by conventional means. The drug cartels are rampant. Their victims number in the tens of thousands. Men, women and children are butchered in the most obscene ways imaginable. Of all the cartels, the most violent is Los Zetas. Originally made up of former Mexican special forces turned bad, they are perhaps the most ruthless and highly trained criminals in the world. Which is why only the most ruthless and highly trained operatives can ever hope to be a match for them. Enter the Regiment. When the CIA reaches out to the British military for help, SAS legend Danny Black and his team are despatched to give the Zetas a taste of their own medicine. Working deniably and under the radar, their mission is to sow death and mayhem among the cartel, and to coax out from hiding their elusive leader, the iconic Z1. But as Danny is about to find out, the arm of the cartel is long, their sickening strategies underhand and brutal. And in the dog eat dog world of this clandestine, bloodthirsty war, nothing is ever quite as it seems. It will take all the SAS team's skill to break through to the heart of the cartel. And even that might not be enough...
Lachlan Fox in Fox Hunt by James Phelan Book Resume:
When the world faces a deadly threat from a lost weapon, Lachlan Fox, disillusioned ex-Navy operative, is forced back into action. Lachlan Fox has made a career out of being in the wrong place at the wrong time. As a shore assault specialist in an Australian Navy Clearance Diver Team, he came up against bad guys and even worse odds. Having been discharged from the Navy, Fox tries to enjoy the quiet life, but during a visit from his best friend Alister Gammaldi, Fox's life is thrown out of balance. On a diving trip off Christmas Island the pair recover an obviously military but unidentifiable pod from the sea floor of the Indian Ocean - setting in motion a chain of events that will drag them both into the corrupt world of international politics and arms races. From East Timor and Christmas Island to Grozny, Washington to New York, Venice to Iran, Lachlan Fox is forced back into action to save the world from a deadly threat.
HETMAN: HARD KILL by Alex Shaw Book Resume:
Hetman: Hard Kill – Eine Aidan Snow SAS Kurzgeschichte von Alex Shaw Eine explosive SAS Kurzgeschichte, auf den Spuren von Aidan Snow während seiner frühen Tage beim Regiment. Nordirland, November 1994 – abgeordert zum Det, einer verdeckten Geheimdienst und Sicherheits Einheit, müssen SAS Soldaten Aidan Snow und Paddy Fox eine losgelöste Terrorzelle stoppen den IRA Waffenstillstand zu zerstören und den nordirischen Friedensprozess zum Stillstand zu bringen. Aidan Snow wird ein SIS (MI6) Agent in dem Nummer 1 Kindle Bestseller HETMAN und COLD BLACK.