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Conflict of Lions By Terence Strong

Conflict of Lions
by Terence Strong

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The Lion of revolution is coming, insidious and menacing, to the quiet West African republic. In the remote territory up-country, the forces of violence and terror are gathering and it is certain that innocent blood will be spilled.
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Conflict of Lions by Terence Strong

That is when the legendary SAS captain returns. To the only woman he has ever loved. To a brooding land of fear and unrest, swept by a rising tide of revolutionary fervour and bloodlust.

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Conflict of Lions Reviews

PRAISE FOR TERENCE STRONG'S NOVELS: 'Frightening credibility' -- Gloucester Citizen 'An all-actioner which never slows' -- Glasgow Evening Times 'A nailbiter climax.' -- Newcastle Journal 'Frighteningly plausible - a powerful plot and sharply-drawn characters result in an action-packed page-turner which defies the reader to put it down.' -- Yorkshire Post 'No one can cram in the action like Strong.' -- Glasgow Evening Times 'Strong writes with an obviously intimate knowledge of the twilight world inhabited by terrorists and the intelligence services.' -- Liverpool Post 'Brilliant ... a tense, vigorous thriller.' -- Pegasus 'Treachery and suspicion building to a thrilling climax.' -- Observer 'Breathless entertainment.' -- Guardian

About Terence Strong

Terence Strong, the author of many bestselling thrillers, is renowned for his detailed and authorative research. A freelance journalist and writer, he has a keen interest in international, political and military affairs, and special forces in particular.

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Conflict of Lions by Terence Strong
Terence Strong
Used - Very Good
Hodder & Stoughton General Division
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