First Casualty

First Casualty

by Andy Maslen

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781539048404
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 09/23/2016
Pages: 380
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.78(d)

About the Author

Andy Maslen was born in Nottingham, in the UK, home of legendary bowman Robin Hood. Andy once won a medal for archery, although he has never been locked up by the Sheriff.

He has worked in a record shop, as a barman, as a door-to-door DIY products salesman and a cook in an Italian restaurant. He eventually landed a job in marketing, writing mailshots to sell business management reports. He spent 10 years in the corporate world before launching a business writing agency, Sunfish, where he writes for clients including The Economist, Christie's and World Vision.

Andy completed the first draft of his first novel - Trigger Point - in six weeks, after deciding to embrace his destiny and "be" a writer. He has also published five works of non-fiction, on copywriting and freelancing, with Marshall Cavendish and Kogan Page.

He lives in Wiltshire, with his wife, two sons and a whippet named Merlin.

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First Casualty 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Richie1 More than 1 year ago
Gabriel Wolfe, British covert operative, his mission: Back to the Mozambican forest to retrieve his buddy, Smudge's remains. But first stop off and kill Phillip Agambe, the Zimbabwean defense minister who according to the British Prime Minister is channeling funds to an Islamic terrorist group and planning a coup. While Gabriel was completing the first part of the mission, Agambe revealed a clue as to why he was targeted. The second part of the mission failed and Gabriel and his partner Britta narrowly escaped with their lives. Determined to discover the meaning of Agambe's clue, Gabriel uncovers a conspiracy to use British government resources for unimaginable deeds. Maslen does a marvelous job with the plot to keep the reader intrigued.