Hell is another place

Hell is another place

by David O'Neil


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Hell is another place by David O'Neil

Treachery! Slated for annihilation by his own people!

To succeed is to die... and to see his fellow military men and women die with him.

Major Mike Summers, United States Air Force, puts a foot wrong in the gulf War. It seems his career is over. Then, 20 years later and now a Lieutenant Colonel in the National Guard, he is abruptly promoted to Brigadier General and given command of his unit for deployment to Turkey. Mike doesn't know why but something smells eerily wrong.

The unit's impossible task is a covert raid on a nuclear facility in Iran with three outdated, unmarked, F-111's under command of old friend Lt Col Sarah O'Connor, and three unmarked Israeli aircraft.

To his horror, he finds that when the task is successful, his Unit is to be eliminated by a Russian strike force under Col Volkov. That's only the beginning, the Russian Colonel and his unit will suffer the same fate as the Americans, all organized by cooperating CIA and Russian agents.

The spook-inspired plan goes awry as the successful raid is completed. Both units are posted as KIA. A special Russian clean-up unit is dispatched to clean up the loose ends. Treachery and an unknown war provides the background to this story of mystery and suspense, action, adventure and romance; an action thriller in the present day's unsettled world.

Another dynamic military action thriller by David O'Neil, often referred to as the UK"s W.E.B. Griffin.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780615889467
Publisher: A-Argus Better Book Publishers
Publication date: 10/01/2013
Pages: 312
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.65(d)

About the Author

Artist and Photographer David O'Neil started writing seriously with a series of Highland guide books. His boyhood ambitions were to fly an aeroplane, and sail a boat. As a boy he and his family were bombed out of their home in London. He learned to fly with the RAF during his National Service. He started sailing boats while serving in the Colonial Police, in Nyasaland (Malawi). He spent 8 years there, before returning to UK. Since then he lived in southern England where he became a management consultant, for over twenty years. He returned to live in Scotland in 1980, and became a tour guide in1986. He started writing in 2006, the first guide book being published in 2007. A further two have been published since He started writing fiction in 2007 and has now written five full length novels. A student of history and formerly military, O'Neil has been called the W.E.B. Griffin of the United Kingdom.
He has a collection of short stories in publication at present.

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