Escape from Baghdad
The gripping true story of James Ashcroft’s audacious return to war-torn Iraq to save his friend
The Mission: Get in. Rescue an entire family from death on teh streets of Baghdad. Get everyone out alive.
The Pay: Saving the life of a friend.
In James Ashcroft’s first book, Making a Killing, his escape from death at the hands of insurgents in Iraq was thanks to the bravery of his interpreter and friend Sammy, a Sunni ex-Iraqi air force pilot. Now, a call for help means Ash must take a break from chasing pirates in West Africa and return to the chaos of war-torn Baghdad. Abandoned by the occupying Coalition Forces and at the mercy of the Shia-dominated Iraqi police, Sammy and his family face certain death unless Ash and his crack team can get in and quickly rescue them. From secretly acquiring weapons on the black market to dodging the fearsome death squads that roam the streets and the suicide bombers that wreak havoc on a daily basis, this is the story of a vulnerable family adrift in the chaos of war, where the only thing that can be relied upon is the bond between former brothers-in-arms. And this time, these guns-for-hire who come with a hefty price tag aren’t even being paid—this time, it’s personal.
|Book Status||Looks Like New|
|No Of Pages||304 Pages|
|Book Cover||Paper Back|
|Author Name||James Ashcroft|
|Online Store Price||Rs.600|