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‘Brutal and brilliant’ Tom Marcus, author of SOLDIER SPY
Former SAS Sergeant Major John Carr is relaxing on a Spanish beach, when a man with dark eyes attracts his attention. Fixated on a group of young Britons, the man doesn’t notice Carr and soon moves on.
Within the hour, the Costa del Sol will be plunged into one of the most audacious and horrifying terrorist attacks Europe has ever seen.
In a co-ordinated strike, armed men storm both the beach and a cruise ship anchored further up the coast. But the terrorists – hiding personal greed under the veil of religious extremism – have an even bolder plan.
Constrained by the sensitive political situation, MI6 and the Prime Minister must confront the possibility of leading a secret operation against a brutal enemy. And then find the right man to head it . . .
Enter John Carr.
Praise for The Angry Sea:
‘Packed with authentic detail about the defence and intelligence communities, it rattles along at a furious pace, never takings its foot off the accelerator. A terrific story splendidly told’ Daily Mail
‘**** . . . [A] top actioner’ Weekend Sport
‘[Deegan] knows how to tell an unnervingly realistic story – and The Angry Sea is involving from the start and gripping to the end’ Choice
Praise for James Deegan:
‘You couldn’t make it up. Brilliant’ Jeffrey Archer
‘Inevitably Deegan will be compared to Andy McNab and Chris Ryan, but he adds his own brand of contemporary authenticity. Carr is a hero for our times.’
‘As close as it gets to the real thing’
Mark 'Billy' Billingham MBE. Former SAS Warrant Officer and star of TV's SAS Who Dares Wins
‘James Deegan writes with masterful authority and unsurpassed experience as he transports the reader deep into the troubles of Northern Ireland – and then brings them back up to date with a dramatic bang’ Chantelle Taylor, Combat Medic and author of Battleworn
About the author
JAMES DEEGAN MC spent five years in the Parachute Regiment, and seventeen years in the SAS.
He served for most of that time in a Sabre Squadron, from Trooper to Squadron Sergeant Major, and saw almost continuous service on operations in Northern Ireland, the Balkans, Africa, Iraq, Afghanistan, and elsewhere. He fought in both Gulf Wars, and was on both occasions amongst the first Coalition soldiers to cross the border into Iraq. He now works in the security industry, in some of the worlds most hostile and challenging environments.