Countdown to Terror

Countdown to Terror A gripping terrorist thriller with impressive research and incisive analysis into who dunnit and why During the spring and early summer of against the backdrop of the Diamond Jubilee and the bui

  • Title: Countdown to Terror
  • Author: Trevor Burton Rebecca Keys
  • ISBN: 9781490900490
  • Page: 186
  • Format: Paperback
  • A gripping terrorist thriller with impressive research and incisive analysis into who dunnit and why During the spring and early summer of 2012, against the backdrop of the Diamond Jubilee and the build up to the Olympics a group of idealist young men are being prepared to form an Islamist terrorist cell in Manchester Their mentor a firebrand immigrant cleric from BaA gripping terrorist thriller with impressive research and incisive analysis into who dunnit and why During the spring and early summer of 2012, against the backdrop of the Diamond Jubilee and the build up to the Olympics a group of idealist young men are being prepared to form an Islamist terrorist cell in Manchester Their mentor a firebrand immigrant cleric from Baghdad is protected by Hussein, a ferociously hard man from a small village in Afghanistan Both have reasons to hate but are they the same On a short break to the British Museum London, a plea for help from a young woman, embroils the Gent in a terrorist plot, what or who is the target Complexities abound, and a frantic search in London ensues to discover the terrorist s hideout and what the target is in order to prevent disaster on a massive scale

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    1. I was able to read an advance reader copy of this novel; I wanted to like this more, but I DID like it. This first book does suffer with pacing issues and there are still some editing issuesBut this race against time thru the streets of London was interesting and fast paced. The Gent is worthy of another bookere is back story the author's keeping under wraps, maybe for book #2. We never know his name, and his former profession as an 'analyst' for a government agency is all very murkybut, boy, do [...]

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