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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. In the Middle East, following the Gulf War of 1991, unknown terrorists kidnap a Russian delegation visiting Syria and the US ambassador to Saudi Arabia and his staff.

It had ceased to feel like a tongue, more like the crust of a dried-out swamp bed back home. They had been jogging for just over four hours. One tenth of the time allowed to them. But for the water situation, it wasn’t so bad. Shabanov’s last little surprise before they boarded the helicopters had been to restrict each pair to just one water bottle. One fucking bottle between two men. To compensate for this, each team was supplied with a map that supposedly marked all the wells in that section of the Eastern Desert.

Nicholas Julian Cook was CEO of defence industry consultant firm Dynamixx. He is a British former aviation journalist as well as the author of fiction and non-fiction works. He was an aerospace consultant and contributor to the journal from 2002 to 2008. He won four Journalism Awards from the Royal Aeronautical Society in the Defence, Business, Technology, and Propulsion categories.

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Read Aggressor, by Nick Cook online on Bookmate – In the Middle East, following the Gulf War of 1991, unknown terrorists kidnap a Russian delegation visiting Syria and the US ambassador to Saudi Ar. Three men come together to find and rescue these hostages: Col. Ulm, a US special operations officer, his Russian counterpart, Col. Sabanov, and Tom Girling, correspondent for a British news magazine.

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I doubt very much if Aggressor would have been written with the support of Ali, our respective families, and our friends.

To Ali. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. I doubt very much if Aggressor would have been written with the support of Ali, our respective families, and our friends. I know for a fact it would not have been written without much tolerance, patience and help from colleagues at Jane’s and JDW, Bruce Richardson, Mark Lucas, and Bill Scott-Kerr.

Other works by Cook include: Angel Archangel and Aggressor and a number of ghost-written books including The Sunday Times Bestsellers Sabre Squadron (1997) No Escape Zone (2000) Barefoot Soldier (2006) and Hellfire (2009).

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The Allies are advancing on Berlin in the dying days of the Second World War, but the Russians are plotting much more than the end of the Third Reich. Operation Archangel's aim is for Soviet troops to blast their way straight to the English Channel. But in the spiralling vortex of world "realpolitik" who are the victims and who is the aggressor?

Under covert orders from the National Security Council, an American colonel struggles to trace the violence that has led to the kidnapping of a British journalist and several U.S. diplomats

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Nuliax
"Aggressor" by Nick Cook is a very good story. Even in 2013 it is relevant and current, although it was written in 1991. Many of the same forces operating in the world today are front-and-center in this book.

The story centers around a combined Russian-American hostage rescue operation in the mid-East. This all takes place fairly soon after the collapse of the old Soviet Union, and the two former enemies are still working out a sort-of friendly relationship.

The hero of the story is, unlikely enough for a military thriller-story, a British journalist who has his own jihad reasons for pursuing the extremist bad guys. Much of the story takes place in Egypt. The story's setting merely makes you even more want NOT to travel to Egypt. The only time the reader has to suspend disbelief is at the very end of the story when the journalist shows uncanny and improbable skill at driving a helicopter. There is lots of murder, scheming, deceit and betrayal. Death, sadness and evil are commonplace in this story.

The characters are interesting, unique and well-developed and the story moves quickly. It's very well written, and I look forward to the next novel by this writer.

Occasionally, there is the weird, all-too-common Kindle-related format strangeness, something I'm increasingly annoyed at Amazon over. So Amazon gets a 2, Cook a strong 4.
Nkeiy
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Aggressor download epub
Thrillers & Suspense
Author: Nick Cook
ISBN: 0312076231
Category: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense
Subcategory: Thrillers & Suspense
Language: English
Publisher: St Martins Pr; 1st edition (February 1, 1993)
Pages: 322 pages