Red Card Of Terror by Stuart Moore

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The unthinkable has happened in the world of Premier League football! After a successful career with the British Embassy in the Middle East, Harry Morley returns to the UK. Before he leaves Dubai he had been asked by the Royal Family to obtain a Premier League Football Club. Working closely with Ibrahim Moody, a hard line Islamic fundamentalist, Harry completes the purchase of MK United Football Club and its new 85,000 seater stadium on the outskirts of Milton Keynes. During his return trip from Dubai, Harry's jet crashes killing everyone on board. German intelligence has an Arab suspect the SAS go to get him. Akram Tamani was born in Makhem a small fishing village on the coast of Libya. After meeting Ibrahim Moody in Dubai he devises a plan that would elevate him to become the world's most hunted terrorist. Murderous in everything he does and eliminates everyone who comes in contact with him MK United player Juan Carlos Ranaldo - widely recognised at the greatest striker in world football disappears just before the European Cup quarter final match against Real Madrid in Spain. Pauline Clarke and her MI5 team join forces with the SAS unit led by Max Parnell on a race against time. A silent snatch and grab in Germany, a bloody raid on the trawler in the Med followed by an explosion that rocks a major town maiming and killing innocent civilians. When at last they think its finished clues lead them back to the club. If they don't act in time thousands of supporters would be killed in an explosion that would rock the world of sport. MI5 are relentless and the SAS are brutal. Fast paced action from cover to cover with savage torture, bloody firefights, blind alleys, twists and turns that keeps the reader guessing until the very end.
 

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Published October 16, 2009 by AuthorHouse. 424 pages
Genres: Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime. Fiction

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