Not sure what to get Dad this Father’s Day? NZ Booklovers has Father’s Day sorted with a book prize pack to give away thanks to Hachette! The prize includes the four below titles:
White Lies, by Stephen Leather
Raj Chaudry, a British-born Pakistani working for MI6, is seized and tortured by al-Qaeda extremists in Pakistan.
It’s a blast from the past for Dan ‘Spider’ Shepherd, since he previously trained Chaudry as an undercover agent in a terrorist case, where both narrowly escaped with their lives. Determined to save his former-apprentice, Shepherd embarks on a rescue mission with SAS and Pakistani Special Forces soldiers.
But when the time comes, the assignment goes catastrophically wrong and Shepherd is captured. It’s almost as if someone had set a trap. Shepherd’s MI5 controller Charlotte Button is furious at MI6’s management of the operation and is determined to remove Shepherd from harm’s way. But the Pakistani government forbids US intervention and the only way Button can save Shepherd’s life is to break the rules, enlisting the help of familiar face Lex Harper to track down Shepherd before it’s too late.
Vagabond, by Gerald Seymour
Who can you trust, when betrayal is a way of life?
It was a dirty job in a dirty war. Danny Curnow, known in the army family by his call sign, Vagabond, ran agents. Played God with their lives and deaths and was the best at his job until he quit when the stress overwhelmed him. Now he lives in quiet isolation and works as a guide to tourists visiting the monuments and cemeteries of an earlier, simpler conflict. Then the call comes from an old boss, Bentinick. Violence in Northern Ireland is on the rise again. The covert world of deception and betrayal was close to destroying Danny, now fifteen years later the stakes are higher, the risks greater, and there is an added agenda on the table. If he wants to survive, Danny will have to prove that he has not softened and is as hard and ruthless as before.
CHERUB: Lone Wolf, by Robert Muchamore
Book four of the second CHERUB series of young adult spy novels features a new cast of characters and is just as compelling as the
first, which has sold millions of copies worldwide.
Fay has spent eighteen months locked up in a secure training centre. Drug deals and rip-offs are the only things this teenager knows. Now she’s back on the street, looking to settle old scores.
CHERUB agents Ryan and Ning need Fay’s knowledge to unearth a major drug importer. They’re trained professionals with one essential advantage: even experienced criminals never suspect that children are spying on them. But Fay’s made a lot of enemies and she’s running out of time.
Hunter-Killer, by Chris Ryan
Following a suicide bombing in central London, SAS hero Danny Black is recruited to be part of a covert assassination squad.
Directed by a joint MI5/MI6/CIA committee and tasked with hunting down and killing the terrorist cells believed to be planning further atrocities, the squad follows some early leads to a North London mosque and a one-armed hate cleric, a sleazy Saudi prince living in a Park Lane Hotel – on the surface a devout Muslim, he devotes himself to booze, drugs and hookers as soon as his family are out of the building – and a grizzled ex-Regiment man who is spreading rumours that Diana was assassinated by
the SAS in Paris because of her Arab lover.
The trail of clues takes Danny to a training camp in the Yemen, but just as he has the enemy in his sights, he discovers that they are somehow one step ahead of him, and he begins to suspect that they are being tipped off by someone close to home.
NZ Booklovers is giving away a Hachette book prize pack that includes White Lies, by Stephen Leather, Vagabond, by Gerald Seymour, CHERUB: Lone Wolf, by Robert Muchamore, and Hunter-Killer, by Chris Ryan.
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