The lion of revolution is coming, insidious and menacing, to the quiet West African republic of Free Guinea.
In the hiatus following the Falklands War, a group of hardened SAS troops is sent as a safeguard against rumblings of political discontent against the moderate elected government. It is intended to provide the ideal location for the men to rest after the violent burst of full-blooded warfare in the South Atlantic.
And so it does – that is, until a tourist is found dead on the beach.
In the remote territory up country, the forces of violence and terror are gathering and it is certain that innocent blood will be spilled.
That is when the legendary SAS captain returns. To the only woman he has ever loved.
And to a brooding land of fear and unrest, swept by a rising tide of revolutionary fervour and bloodlust.
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