A thriller that moves from the desert of Afghanistan to the leafy lanes of Dorset.
Patrick Regan is a man on a mission. Expertly trained by the Royal Marines and with crack sniper skills, he’s always taken the fight to the enemy, but now he realises that whilst he’s been away Great Britain has been attacked.
His parents are dead, his sister is missing and he’s getting zero help from the authorities, Regan is forced to face the faceless: the insidious thugs of the invading Russian Mafia. With their sights set on the complete domination of Britain’s organised crime, their toxic regime of bribery, intimidation and violence has even infiltrated to the very top of Britain’s military intelligence.
Once again Regan prepares to take the fight to the enemy, but this time, he’s hunting them on home soil.
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Good story of viewpoint British Special Forces In Middle East action. Surprise ending. – Jesse Coleman
A compelling read, difficult to put down. You are drawn into the dark world that this war hero finds himself in after his return from Afghanistan. This book is action packed from the first page. Descriptive enough that you are drawn into the characters and locations. – Priscilla Duane
A fast moving and fun read. This is definitely for fans of Jack Reacher and the good guys always win mentality. Some situations require the reader to put common sense on hold and just enjoy the ride. – Craig Pearson
Thomas J. Eyre has written a dark tale that has all the gentle subtlety of burst appendices. He has not held back or toned down the realities of what happens in a war, whether it be on a battlefield or in the streets. The story of Patrick Regan plays out in front of this gritty backdrop as he hunts those who murdered his family and threaten his remaining sister. Those looking for action and a very hero they can get behind, this is the novel for you. – Rheems
The British Frontline is comprised of the stuff of Hollywood. There is not a dull moment. It is a compelling and riveting story partly because we root for this outlaw, the likes of which is needed in a modern world. – Ingrid Rizzolo