Captain Farrah series: book 1
How far would you go to save your country…?
An SAS intelligence officer has been sent on a deadly undercover mission.
To seduce the rich, spoiled daughter of an al-Qaeda leader.
The terrorist mastermind is in hiding, whilst his daughter is living the jet-set high life in Cairo.
He’s a banking genius behind one of the globe’s most feared terror movements – a hunted fugitive with a hefty price tag on his head.
But both father and daughter are in regular contact, providing a way in…
Perhaps the right man can seduce her and get her to lead British intelligence to one of the world’s most wanted men?
A very special man is needed.
Only a man who can pass himself off as an Arab to his fingertips, can have any hope of success.
Captain Farrah is the perfect fit – tall, dark and handsome he is desirable to the very end.
But first, he must master the Arabian art of love and much more if he wants to come out alive.
Failure is not an option, for revealing his true identity would result in torture and death at the hands of ruthless terrorists.
As Captain Farrah risks everything In The Name of the Queen, what price will he pay?
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‘A heart-pumping ride, with more twists than a roller-coaster.’ Tom Kasey, author of the best-selling Trade Off.
‘Very good. Modern well-researched spy thriller. Thoroughly enjoyed it. Hopefully, this will be picked up and made into a movie in Hollywood.’
‘If you like Chris Ryan or Andy McNab you will love this book. In actual fact, I think Ryan and McNab could learn a few things from this book. This is the first time I have bothered to write a review about a book and that’s simply because this was BRILLIANT! I seriously hope someone turns this into a blockbuster of a movie!’
‘This author obviously knows a lot about the secretive world of military intelligence. I was hooked from the first few pages and thoroughly enjoyed the experience.’
‘The plot is original with plenty of twists and turns and an excellent finale. I can recommend this book to anyone interested in the machinations of SIS.
‘Fantastic, clichéd perhaps, but I just couldn’t put down the book. Waking up at 4.00 a.m. and seizing the opportunity to get in another chapter or two must show the measure of its worth.’
‘So very believable. One of those difficult to put down books. Well told, and gives a balanced view of conflicts.’
‘This is truly one magnificent read, the author has really gone to town with this story. It makes you wonder whether a massive incident has actually taken place or something very similar has occurred.’
‘One of the best books I have read in ages … will definitely be looking out for other books by the author John MacRae … My only complaint is that I was reluctant to put my light out to go to sleep: “Just one more chapter!”‘
‘Brilliantly constructed plotline that is riveting from start to end. One of the best novels in this genre i have ever read.’
‘A really good, fast-paced read, I enjoyed it much more than I expected. It would make an excellent film.’
‘I bought this book as I was interested in the genre and if I’m honest the price, however I was presently surprised with the storyline as I was hooked right away.’