Quick Reads: Desert Claw - Damien Lewis Reviews
Description:ISBN 0099493535 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Damien Lewis / Paperback / 128 Pages / Book is published 2006-05-18 by Arrow Books Ltd
Newest Review: ... the ride, they start to wonder the truth behind the mission. Lewis manages to create quite a twisting tale. Truth be told, it ... more
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Damien Lewis Desert Claw (Quick Read)
Pages: 112, Paperback, Arrow Books Ltd
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by - written on 14/03/10 (Very useful, 30 readings)
Damien Lewis has reported from a number of dangerous war related locations, and no doubt has a plethora of stories to tell. Here, he gives us a fictional account of a special mission that needs to be done covertly and off the record. It has elements of other busy and involving military based tales, and this is all put into just under 100 pages, in this short story written as part of the Quick Reads series. When former SAS officer Mick is recruited, along with his team, to infiltrate and Iraqi base and retrieve a painting, Mick starts to guess something is up. When old acquaintance Bill, an American who knows the Iraqi bases like the back of his hand, comes ... Read the complete review
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