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Hector Gunn and the Afghan Heroin War by Biff Grant

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    • Average 5.0 from 2 ratings
      • Now with a name like Cleis, daughter of Sappho, you are going to have
        half a notion of where I'm coming from but any book with a six foot
        ballerina who swears like a fishwife and shags like a gymnast is going
        to get my five star vote whither she's straight or not. This is one
        funny book, Shona the ballet dancer is a hoot. Hector is a Royal
        Marine, she detests the military as being murdering bastards. He
        agrees with her and tells her that he's an artist, a novelist.
        Meanwhile he's out there with his sniper rifle bumping people off on
        behalf of the Secret Intelligence Agency. When she does discover what
        he's up to it's too late, she in way too deep. The argue a lot, they
        shag a lot. Go for this one, it's worth every penny.  5 out of 5 
        (Cleis)
      • This is a very serious book about how the American, British and
        international banks are now the main players in distributing heroin
        throughout the world. But it is unexpectedly fast paced, full of
        action and most of all funny. Hector is a hit man for the Special Boat
        Service and the Secret Intelligence Service. His lady, Shona, a
        six-foot one ballerina who swears like a trooper but looks like an
        angel dances with Scottish Ballet and hates the military with a
        vengeance. She sees them as arbitrary murderers. In order to get into
        her pants Hector tells her that he is a simple novelist. She decides
        he needs protection. This one is a terrific read. They fall in love,
        they fall out of love. They fight, they argue, they make up. Buy it,
        it’s worth every penny.  5 out of 5  (Scathach)

Hector Gunn and the Afghan Heroin War
(Biff Grant)

STORY DESCRIPTION

I've just killed four nice, well brought up, well-educated, middle-class, English boys right here in the heart of the UK. Why?

Well it began way back. You see early in 2001 the Afghan Taliban, in an attempt to get their population off heroin, began to burn the Afghan poppy crop. The American and International Banks who were currently financing the world wide distribution of this product started to lose their fifteen per cent cut, three hundred million dollars each and every month.

Amazingly, at this precise moment in time the CIA discovered that Osama bin Laden had been running the entire al Qaida organisation all of this time from a cave in this very spot. War was declared on October seventh and by the end of the year the Taliban had been driven out. Osama, unfortunately, was never found.

Not only were the poppy fields immediately replanted but thirty times more were added. Afghanistan is now able to provide the world with more than ninety per cent of its heroin.

 

No. words: 70000

Style: Thrillers - Action & Suspense

Available Formats: Palm MOBI EPUB Sony Reader (LRF) ;MS Word PDF MS Reader Text RTF 

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Product type: EBook

Published: 7 / 2013


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