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Desert Fire

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Sultan Gadaffi has escaped from Libya with a fistful of dangerous secrets. The British Government want ex-Special Forces operative Steve Range, the go-to man for any Black-Ops missions, to lead an ultra-covert mercenary group to seize him from his near-impregnable desert stronghold. Saed is defended by Tuareg warriors armed to the teeth with stolen NATO hardware. If Range's team can somehow overcome them, then they will earn themselves gold bullion worth $500 million. But as the bullets begin to fly and the body count rises, Range realises that he's been double-crossed. Unwilling to lose the gold, he begins to contemplate cutting a deal with the devil.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 384 pages
  • 130 x 197 x 25mm | 272g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0857384449
  • 9780857384447
  • 653,329

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'Andy McNab's Nick Stone, Chris Ryan's Geordie Sharp and Duncan Falconer's Stratton have a new rival in Phil Campion's Steve Range' Irish World. * Irish World * 'a cracking read ... The bangy shooty bits are as good as it gets ... I look forward to Big Phil's next book' ARRSE. * ARRSE *
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About Phil Campion

Phil Campion is a fifty-year-old veteran of military operations in just about every conflict-prone corner of the world, both as a soldier in the regular Armed Forces, an elite operator and as a mercenary. He continues to work as an operator on the private military circuit and lives with his partner, Wendy, and their children in Southampton. He is also a media commentator and best-selling author.
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84 ratings
4.04 out of 5 stars
5 38% (32)
4 36% (30)
3 19% (16)
2 7% (6)
1 0% (0)
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