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In October 2003 a small team of British Soldiers are on a specific Operation in Zabul Province, Afghanistan to take out a much wanted Taliban Warlord. The Operation is successful but leaves a permanent mark on the Warlord’s 10 year old son who witnessed the attack at close hand. Some 13 years later he boards a flight from Pakistan to the UK to extract revenge on those sol In October 2003 a small team of British Soldiers are on a specific Operation in Zabul Province, Afghanistan to take out a much wanted Taliban Warlord. The Operation is successful but leaves a permanent mark on the Warlord’s 10 year old son who witnessed the attack at close hand. Some 13 years later he boards a flight from Pakistan to the UK to extract revenge on those soldiers responsible for his Father’s death. DCI George Peterson of North Yorkshire Police is mystified by a number of local murders in the area, until a visit from MI6 clarifies the reasons and the motives behind the killings. Robert Hemmingway is a seasoned home security officer who has quickly established the link between the bodies and the Young Afghan who has been sent to extract revenge. Soon only one ex-soldier remains, the unit’s sergeant, Daniel Bowen, who pulled the trigger on the fatal shooting. But Daniel is proving hard to find, not only by the Afghan assassin but also the police and MI6. This as a result of a family tragedy some seven years earlier when Daniel was medically discharged from the army and began drifting around Yorkshire. The Afghan assassin finally tracks Daniel to his bedsit in Bradford ahead of the police and the security forces and he barely survives an attempt on his life, Injured from the attacks he makes his way back to the place of his boyhood and he calls on a new work colleague for help that has fatal consequences. Daniel ignores police bulletins to seek safety and protection from the assassin and begins his own quest to find the killer only to be seconded into MI6 following the kidnapping of his former girlfriend. The assassin, in the belief that he has succeeded in eliminating the ex-soldiers, now prepares for a final spectacular exit on Armistice Day when soldiers old and new come together. Daniel has to find him first.


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In October 2003 a small team of British Soldiers are on a specific Operation in Zabul Province, Afghanistan to take out a much wanted Taliban Warlord. The Operation is successful but leaves a permanent mark on the Warlord’s 10 year old son who witnessed the attack at close hand. Some 13 years later he boards a flight from Pakistan to the UK to extract revenge on those sol In October 2003 a small team of British Soldiers are on a specific Operation in Zabul Province, Afghanistan to take out a much wanted Taliban Warlord. The Operation is successful but leaves a permanent mark on the Warlord’s 10 year old son who witnessed the attack at close hand. Some 13 years later he boards a flight from Pakistan to the UK to extract revenge on those soldiers responsible for his Father’s death. DCI George Peterson of North Yorkshire Police is mystified by a number of local murders in the area, until a visit from MI6 clarifies the reasons and the motives behind the killings. Robert Hemmingway is a seasoned home security officer who has quickly established the link between the bodies and the Young Afghan who has been sent to extract revenge. Soon only one ex-soldier remains, the unit’s sergeant, Daniel Bowen, who pulled the trigger on the fatal shooting. But Daniel is proving hard to find, not only by the Afghan assassin but also the police and MI6. This as a result of a family tragedy some seven years earlier when Daniel was medically discharged from the army and began drifting around Yorkshire. The Afghan assassin finally tracks Daniel to his bedsit in Bradford ahead of the police and the security forces and he barely survives an attempt on his life, Injured from the attacks he makes his way back to the place of his boyhood and he calls on a new work colleague for help that has fatal consequences. Daniel ignores police bulletins to seek safety and protection from the assassin and begins his own quest to find the killer only to be seconded into MI6 following the kidnapping of his former girlfriend. The assassin, in the belief that he has succeeded in eliminating the ex-soldiers, now prepares for a final spectacular exit on Armistice Day when soldiers old and new come together. Daniel has to find him first.

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