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    The Ocean Dove

    £9.99
    Here’s a very credible thriller that demonstrates just how vulnerable the industry would be to a maritime 9/11-style attack.
    ISBN: 9781838594008
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    Author: Carlos Luxul

    ISBN: 9781838594008

    Published: June 2020

     

    A terrorist controlled ship is heading for an iconic city. Tens of thousands will die if the security services fail.

    Tracking data confirms a deadly cargo has sunk to the bottom of the Indian ocean. Only one man doubts it. But Dan Brooks is new to the security services and his face doesn’t fit. As he closes in on the truth, a traitor needs him out of way, permanently, and his ambitious bosses cut him adrift and cover the tracks of their private agendas. Isolated and risking all, Dan pursues his case clandestinely, hunting sophisticated terrorists who know how to slip under the radar and are intent on devastating a globally iconic city.

    Author: Carlos Luxul

    ISBN: 9781838594008

    Published: June 2020

     

    A terrorist controlled ship is heading for an iconic city. Tens of thousands will die if the security services fail.

    Tracking data confirms a deadly cargo has sunk to the bottom of the Indian ocean. Only one man doubts it. But Dan Brooks is new to the security services and his face doesn’t fit. As he closes in on the truth, a traitor needs him out of way, permanently, and his ambitious bosses cut him adrift and cover the tracks of their private agendas. Isolated and risking all, Dan pursues his case clandestinely, hunting sophisticated terrorists who know how to slip under the radar and are intent on devastating a globally iconic city.

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