The Blades: Oscar Bravo Lima by Josef BlackThe Blades: Oscar Bravo Lima by Josef Black

The Blades: Oscar Bravo Lima

byJosef Black

Paperback | February 15, 2017

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Danny Archer returns in the second exciting adventure in the Blades SAS Series. Oscar Bravo Lima is an action-packed espionage thriller set in the historical opening campaign of the international war on terror to track down and kill or capture Osama bin Laden.

October 2001, as the world recovers from the shocking 9/11 attacks on the USA, across the globe clandestine teams of special forces operators and intelligence agents work around the clock to track down the world’s most wanted terrorist: Osama bin Laden.

Danny Archer alongside the rest of his SAS patrol: Mack, Rusty, Woody and OIC Tony “Tiger” Lane are recruited into an elite team dubbed “The Increment” - the SAS within the SAS. Their task; support SIS(MI6) operative Zara Scott and her CIA colleagues to locate then kill or capture Osama bin Laden. But as the investigation unfolds, the unit find themselves at the heart of a conspiracy that spans an international web of powerful financiers, government officials, and unknown actors with entirely different objectives. What follows is a deadly cat & mouse chase crossing multiple countries from the USA to Pakistan and into Afghanistan.

Written with Josef’s unmistakable terse gritty style of narrative, an authentic blend of political double-dealing, realistic special forces action and a gripping epic length thrill-ride of a conspiracy, THE BLADES: OSCAR BRAVO LIMA is a must read for fans of the special forces military & political thriller genre.

Josef Black is a British writer of espionage, military and political thrillers.
Title:The Blades: Oscar Bravo LimaFormat:PaperbackDimensions:698 pages, 7 × 4.25 × 1.53 inPublished:February 15, 2017Publisher:NYXZU Digital PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1910560103

ISBN - 13:9781910560105