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    • Publication date:14 Aug 2012
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    • Publication date:13 Sep 2012

Osama

The first casualty of war is the truth, the second is your soul

By Chris Ryan

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The godfather of SAS and military thrillers

Despatches from the secret world behind the headlines. Former SAS legend Chris Ryan brings you his seventeenth novel, filled with his trademark action, thrills and inside knowledge. Osama Bin Laden is dead.
The President of the United States knows it. The world knows it. And SAS hero Joe Mansfield knows it. He was on the ground in Pakistan when it happened. He saw Seal Team 6 go in, and he saw them extract with their grisly cargo. He was in the right place at the right time.
Or maybe, the wrong place at the wrong time.
Because now, somebody wants Joe dead, and they're willing to do anything to make it happen. His world is violently dismantled. His family is targeted, his reputation destroyed. And as a mysterious and ruthless enemy plans a devastating terror attack on both sides of the Atlantic, Joe knows this: his only chance of survival is to find out what happened in Bin Laden's compound the night the Americans went in.
But an unseen, menacing power has footprints it needs to cover. And it will stop at nothing to prevent him uncovering the sinister truth...

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  • ISBN: 9781444706444
  • Publication date: 13 Sep 2012
  • Page count: 400
  • Imprint: Coronet
This Newcastle-born former SAS sergeant is firmly established as one of our most popular action authors. — Daily Mail
Chris Ryan is as hard as nails. — Mirror
A shockingly authentic tale to keep your adrenaline pumping as fast as the blood on the pages. — The Sun