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Chris Ryan Extreme: Hard Target

Chris Ryan Extreme: Hard Target

The first book in the Chris Ryan Extreme series.
Former SAS Warrant Officer Joe Gardner has fought the Regiment’s deadliest enemies, in some of the most desolate places on earth. And he’s always won. Now he’s about to face his toughest challenge yet.

After losing his hand whilst on a covert operation in Afghanistan, Gardner is forced to stand down from active duty. Now he lives off the grid. But trouble finds him in the shape of a phone call from an old friend. Ex-Regiment legend John Bald is trapped in a bullet-ridden favela in Rio de Janeiro and a violent gang is out to kill him. Unless Gardner helps, Bald is a dead man.

What begins as a simple rescue mission soon descends into a desperate struggle for survival as Gardner finds himself caught up in a conceit that stretches from the slums of Brazil to the frozen steppes of Siberia. Stalked by elusive MI6 agents and ruthless ex-Blades, Gardner must draw on all his training and instincts to hunt down the hardest target of all – before disaster strikes…

The Chris Ryan Extreme books take you even further into the heart of the mission with more extreme action, more extreme language and more extreme pace. Like Call of Duty or Medal of Honor, you’ll feel part of the team.

Chris Ryan Extreme: Hard Target has already been published as four separate shorter missions on ebook. This print edition features a new prequel mission that hasn’t been published in ebook.
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Adventure / War & Combat Fiction

On Sale: 11th October 2012

Price: £8.99

ISBN-13: 9781444729467

Reviews

'This high octane tale certainly packs a punch.'
News of the World
Nobody takes you to the action better than Ryan, because he's the real deal.
<i>Evening Standard
Chris Ryan is as hard as nails.
Mirror
This high octane tale certainly packs a punch.
<i>News of the World
'Nobody takes you to the action better than Ryan, because he's the real deal.'
Evening Standard