Eight Lives Down

Eight Lives Down

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Chris Hunter has the most dangerous job in the world in the most dangerous place in the world - he's responsible for bomb disposal in the British sector of Iraq, pitted against some of the most ruthless and technically advanced terrorists in the world. It is a 24/7 job - his team defuse over forty-five bombs in the first two months alone. And the people they're up against don't play by the Geneva Convention. For them, there are no rules, only results. Bombs, rockets, grenades, ambushes, booby traps - death by any means necessary. Welcome to the real Wild West.But for Chris Hunter, just when life couldn't get any more dangerous, the stakes are raised again. Halfway through his tour, he is told: 'They want you dead, Chris. You and your team have captured their weaponry, you've fingered them with forensics, you've neutralised a shedload of their IEDs, and basically you're making Behadli and his lot look like c**ts. They're out to kill the golden-haired bomb man in Basra...' Suddenly Chris Hunter is not only saving other people's lives, he's saving his own...

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Product details

  • CD-Audio | 5 pages
  • 124 x 144 x 24mm | 140.61g
  • Cornerstone
  • Random House Audiobooks
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Unabridged
  • 1846571030
  • 9781846571039
  • 1,349,582

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"Will do for Saddam Hussein and George W. Bush what McNab did for Saddam and George Senior" Evening Standard "[Hunter] writes grippingly, honestly, thoughtfully and above all simply ... Julian Rhind-Tutt does the adrenalin buzz bit brilliantly" Guardian "A gripping account of the life of a bomb disposal expert who served in Northern Ireland, the Balkans, Afghanistan and Iraq. You listen to him recount one incident and think he must have been insane to go back for more. But he did - again and again and again. Gripping stuff - and Julian Rhind-Tutt captures Hunter's voice perfectly." Express

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About Chris Hunter

Chris Hunter joined the British Army in 1989 at sixteen. He was commissioned from Sandhurst at twenty-one and later qualified as a counter terrorist bomb disposal operator.He served with a number of specialist counter terrorism units and during his career deployed to numerous operational theatres, including the Balkans, Northern Ireland, Colombia, Afghanistan and Iraq. For his actions during his Iraq tour he was awarded the Queen's Gallantry Medal by HM Queen Elizabeth II.

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