By Chris Ryan
5 males. One theft. a perilous video game of greed, revenge and betrayal is ready to start.
Fresh out of the SAS, Matt Browning is down on his success. He owes -500,000. If he doesn't get the cash quickly, he dies. From nowhere, he's provided a lifeline. successful on al-Queda, sanctioned and helped by means of MI5. Matt gathers a small group of former SAS males to thieve $10 million in gold and diamonds from the world's most dangerous terrorist business enterprise. MI5 will provide all of them the apparatus and data they wish. No fees will ever be pressed.
Matt thinks it's definitely the right crime. secure, quickly, and patriotic. yet after the cash is stolen, the killing begins. a person is taking down the individuals of the crew one after the other. A silent, specialist murderer is stalking the group, gruesomely murdering either them and their households. And Matt understands that he's subsequent.
Greed is an explosive tale of what occurs while terrorism, funds, love and jealously combust.
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That’s whatever a guy has to do in silence. ‘Well,’ stated Alison, status in entrance of them, Ivan at her part. ‘Have you decided? ’ there has been no trace of compromise in her voice, Matt spotted. not anything to signify she may perhaps bend to someone else’s will. ‘It’s no good,’ he acknowledged, having a look in the direction of Ivan. ‘It’s now not own, yet we don’t imagine we will paintings with you. The belief won’t be there. ’ Alison advanced. ‘You’re an fool, Matt,’ she acknowledged softly. She glanced round the room. ‘You are all idiots. Why?
Occasionally together with your individual honour, your dignity, even your existence. the duty of a real servant of the Prophet is to simply accept all with out query. ‘Let me get this straight,’ he stated. ‘You’re announcing MI5 organised the hit on our boat. Then they offer the data to this agent in Solihull, who they comprehend is double-crossing them. So he tells you, after which you pass and ship me to assassinate the boys. they're staring at forever, and that leads them to me. ’ He paused, his eyes scanning the auto park with new power.
Cooksley glanced down on the piece of card resting on his lap. His lips have been shaking as his eyes struggled to target the phrases written out in neat block capitals. ‘Look up on the digicam in the event you speak,’ acknowledged Sallum. Cooksley started to learn. ‘We shouldn’t have stolen from al-Qaeda, boys,’ he acknowledged, his tone boring and useless. ‘I’m getting what I deserve, and you’re approximately to get what you deserve. when you provide again the cash and switch your self in, they’ll simply kill you and depart your households by myself. Do it, boys, it’s now not worthy it.
The bastard. ’ Matt slammed his fist at the desk. ‘I knew it was once him. ’ Alison checked out him rigorously. ‘It may be, it could now not be,’ she stated. ‘Don’t leap to conclusions. ’ ‘Why might he lie? ’ ‘Tell me the place you'll be, and we’ll do what we will to guard you. ’ ‘Puerto Banus,’ stated Matt. ‘Kazanov’s position. It’s in regards to the so much seriously fortified construction at the Spanish coast, so if we aren’t secure there, we aren’t secure at any place. We gap up there till we acquire the cash in Rotterdam in 3 days.
They'd been again right here once or twice jointly in view that, of their children and twenties, while Matt used to be again on depart from the Regiment. It was once their very own own hiding position, someplace they can come jointly and break out from their daily existence. a spot the place they can drink beer and simply be boys back. might be that was once why Matt had selected to stash a few apparatus right here. Sentimental might be – however it used to be nearly as good a place as any. And a guy by no means is familiar with while he may wish a few guns. The wooden was once simply as he remembered it.