aThe President was led to believe from Tony Blair that Barbara Renton might make trouble by letting the worldas press know that bin Laden is already dead, that Saddam Hussein had nothing to do with 9/11, and that the weapons of mass destruction that are in Iraq have been so well hidden that they can never be found. In other words, there would be no earthly reason for invading Iraq.a aBut if sheas dead, whatas your problem?a aI have a gut feeling that she escaped and almost certainly killed our men.a Iraqas Retribution is the final book in R. W. Kayas explosive trilogy. In the first book, A Nastia Game, we meet Kathab al Jised, known as Kate, the head of research, development and storage of Iraqas weapons programme during the Iran-Iraq war. She falls in love with and marries James, an RAF software engineer who has been seconded to help International Computers Limited sell a computer war game to Iraq. Kate begins feeding MI6 with Iraqas plans and hiding supplies of biological weapons supplied from America. In Bin Ladenas Nemesis, Juan Quayle, a gifted linguist, is recruited by Britainas Security Services to infiltrate al-Qaeda. Having gained their trust, he teaches at a madrassa, learning much about their organisation and aims. After returning to the UK and debriefing MI6, he retires, but the tentacles of al-Qaeda catch up and destroy his wife and children. Vowing revenge, Quayle re-joins MI6 whose new director is Barbara Renton. They begin a passionate affair and hatch a plan to assassinate Osama bin Laden. In R.W. Kayas final book, Iraqas Retribution, Kateas husband and Juanas partner are assassinated by the CIA. Using Kateas knowledge of biological weapons, their vengeance is to plot the massacre of innocent American children... Like Kayas first two books, this gripping novel will appeal to fans of political thrillers and suspense fiction.... in their Logis de France guidebook. They had arrived at Aix-les-Bains mid- afternoon and parked by the side of Lake Bourget, Francea#39;s largest natural lake. One hundred yards behind them, an insignificant grey Renault Megane drew up.
|Author||:||R W Kay|
|Publisher||:||Troubador Publishing Ltd - 2014-03-28|