Cobra 405 - Damien Lewis Reviews
Description:ISBN 0099481960 / Author: Damien Lewis / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Publisher: Arrow Books Ltd
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by - written on 07/04/08 (Very useful, 321 readings)
In 1976 whilst serving in Beirut an SAS team are asked to plan a bank robbery on the Imperial Bank Of Beirut as a training exercise. It was simply meant to be a training exercise at the time but when the new Major rubbishes Kilbride's idea. So when he and his team are sent in to do some recognisance on the bank he decides to prove the Major wrong and prove that his plan was a good one, stealing a large amount of gold in the process and hiding it in the Lebanon. Now in the present day it is time for Kilbride and his team to return and retrieve their gold, but a terrorist organisation is keen to regain their money and will do whatever it takes to stop Kilbride's ... Read the complete review
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