The Mark of Halam by Thomas Ryan
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Jeff Bradley ex SAS now retired and running a winery is shocked when his close friend and Olympic athlete, Mary becomes the target of an assassin. Determined not to rely on police for her security, Jeff starts to dig deeper with aid of some old contacts from his service days. An old adversary from his tour of Kosovo is discovered to have entered the country, and links are made to the forthcoming visit of a US nuclear submarine following the change in the anti-nuclear law in New Zealand. The question to be answered is this a revenge mission or something much bigger, Jeff motivated by self preservation leaves no stone unturned to find out. This is a great fast paced exciting thriller normally associated with special services and does not disappoint.
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