By Stan R. Mitchell
The venture? virtually off-the-charts most unlikely.
Four males needs to infiltrate (on foot) 30+ miles into Pakistan and abduct a key VIP of the Taliban.
These males could be provided no aid. No air help. No radios. No probability of rescue.
And if they’re stuck or killed, the US will deny their life.
This is how the challenge in Afghanistan starts for Nick Woods and your favourite individuals of S3 (Marcus, Truck, and Red).
And regrettably for them, it basically will get worse from there...
Nick Woods and his deepest, army safeguard corporation (Shield, protect, and safeguard) are deployed to Afghanistan by way of directive of the U.S. executive. Their venture is not anything below to save lots of the govt (and nation) of Afghanistan.
A clock is ticking and the Taliban is poised to grab the capital urban of Kabul, taking up the rustic for solid. The Taliban are improved than ever, and well-led through a magnificent religious warrior, who's revered around the state by means of most people of Afghanistan.
Making subject worse, America's political management is in poor health of making an investment males and assets right into a battle that's now lasted 15 years.
Nick and his group are despatched to in some way give you the option of facing the looming probability, and although the challenge is very unlikely adequate as it’s already drawn up, they'll quickly discover that their enemies aren’t merely in Afghanistan.
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Afghan Storm (Nick Woods, Book 3) by Stan R. Mitchell