Afghan Heat by Steve Stone
Sas Operations in Afghanistan

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Afghan Heat is a fast paced story of an SAS operative on operations from SAS selection through to a tour on the battlefields of Afghanistan. The book follows individual operations where special forces, aircraft, and the latest surveillance technology are fused together - in order to capture key figures or simply take out an enemy stronghold.
The books account is both gritty and graphical as it follows the SAS, battling at times against overwhelming odds in a hostile country. Fighting a war hardened enemy with years of experience fighting occupying forces. Even these elite soldiers with advanced weaponry and immense fire support at their disposal are put to the ultimate test of skill and courage fighting in the 'Stan.'
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Amazon review highlights

"This was a very entertaining book to read. Working over here in Afghanistan as a lazy civilian I do bump into these guys from time to time and one can't help but wonder a bit about what their story is as the guys are pretty confusing in real life."

"A great book for many reasons. I liked that the writer was not a chest beater ego driven guy with an agenda about social or political or whatever that he would constantly muddy the story with."

"I liked the matter of fact description of the frequent action. I like the post military tansition, which I know can be hard for anyone."

"The author has done a marvelous job of giving us an exciting, yet not over-the-top macho BS, picture of what the SAS does when they're out and about in the country-side."

"If you're looking to get a glimpse behind the scenes into the stories you read about in the news (and those that you don't!), definitely grab this book."

About Steve Stone

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A former expert IT Project Manager, Steve Stone has a number of award winning developments under his belt. Steve threw off the shackles of computer contracting in 2005 to become a full-time writer. He waited many years for an opportunity to begin penning his 'Intrepid' franchise of four novels, and four matching screenplays. To date, the first two novels and first three screenplays are complete. Steve currently plans to release the third and fourth novels of the series in 2012/13.Because the central characters are exposed to increasingly dangerous and complex challenges, multiple genres are explored; space, war, horror, historical mystery, gangland, disaster, comedy, and the stories consequently appeal as both science fiction and action adventure. So if you are a big budget film producer looking for your next formula fiction box office smash hit, Steve would love to talk to you about his screenplays!Steve was born in Bristol, England in 1962, and was married to Debi in 1995. He has travelled to many parts of the world, his three-month tour of New York and Florida with Debi being of particular inspiration to the 'Intrepid' series. Steve has enjoyed a busy life, and has many accomplishments outside of his IT and writing careers;Wales and Western England Amateur Poker Champion 2010.8-ball pool BAPTO World Championship Quarter-Finalist 2002.UK National Trickshot Finalist 2006 and 2007.County pool player 1998-2006, 68 tournament wins.Former pool and snooker club owner.Completed Nijmegen 128-mile march in 1991 and 1992 ("just to prove the first time wasn't a fluke").Expert statistician, business applications of Multiple Regression Analysis and Linear Programming a particular speciality.24-handicap golfer, having struggled around championship courses in Hawaii, Florida and San Francisco. Particularly fond memories of Ko Olina, overlooking Pearl Harbour, scoring 99 and watching John Daly throw his clubs in the lake to the left of the glass-like 18th green.
Published August 4, 2014 by Digital Dreams Publishing. 220 pages
Genres: History, Travel, War, Biographies & Memoirs.

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