No Reunions For Ex Mercenaries
No Reunions For Ex Mercenaries
"Do you fancy doing some aid work?" That was what my so called good friend Phil said to me the day he unexpectedly turned up at my door. I'd had a wasted year at College, I didn't have a job, so I thought, "Why not?"What Phil had really meant to say was, "Hey, stupid kid, do you fancy becoming a mercenary for the British Government doing all sorts of dirty work for MI6 and then later on all sorts of dirty work for the highest bidders?"Of course if he had put it that way I might not have been so agreeable. Unfortunately, "Stupid kid." was a hat that fitted me rather well at the time.However, I turned out to be pretty good at being a mercenary. Good enough to climb the mercenary equivalent of the corporate ladder in fact. But of course, where there are ladders, there are always snakes......

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CROSSFIRE: Ex-CIA JON BRADLEY Thriller Series (TERROR BLOODLINE Book 1)
CROSSFIRE: Ex-CIA JON BRADLEY Thriller Series (TERROR BLOODLINE Book 1)
CROSSFIRE - a fast-paced international Terror-thriller, is Book #1 of the TERROR BLOODLINE 3-Series story line, featuring the intrepid Ex-CIA Covert Agent - Jonathan Bradley. Now assigned to the FBI, for investigating ongoing homegrown Islamic-Jihadist terror plots, including the planned simultaneous suicide-bombing of the two Synagogues in the New York City, he has to deal with the illegal covert operation of the Israeli Mossad on the American soil, besides the personal calamity of aggravated assault and rape of his lady friend working for the District Attorney’s Office, which case remains unsolved by the NYPD. The story progresses with flashbacks into Jon Bradley’s life and his career as a covert CIA field agent in Beirut and the Middle-East ending there with his betrayal in the midst of an ongoing secret operation to hunt down the alleged Hezbollah terrorist mastermind of a series of Islamic-Jihadist terror plots abroad. Ex-CIA operative, Jon Bradley, is further swept into investigating the sudden, brutal homicide of his mentor and friend, the former Vietnam CIA agent suspected to be the local Mossad’s Sayan operative. Books #2 INFLIGH & Book #3 ON TARGET continue with the action oriented plot of dangerous and intriguing characters revolving around a family sharing a terrorist bloodline, including their agenda of personal vendetta. Summarily, the 3-part series of the TERROR BLOODLINE abound with terror-cell plots, personal conflicts, rape, vengeance, child-abuse, betrayals, murders and illegal arms & drug trafficking, mingled with deceit and dangerous interplay by the FBI, CIA, Mossad and MI6. Culminating in a race to hunt down and eliminate the fugitive Lebanese Hezbollah terror Mastermind from carrying out a deadly unconventional attack in the Red Sea. Fields of Action: Beirut, Lebanon - New York City - London - Gulf region. Reviews: "A high-wire novel" Crossfire is the first of a three part series featuring Jonathan Bradley an ex-CIA agent now part of the FBI. He is investigating a homegrown terror threat. The novel opens with a meeting of FBI agents ready to close down a cell of suicide bombers, part of a world-wide network, But a Mossad hit squad gets there first. The novel is multidimensional. There are several plot elements working simultaneously that the author handles with skill. The murder of his friend and the personal relationship between Jon and his lady friend, a rape victim, add depth to the novel. The story shifts between the current investigation and his previous, very dangerous, actions in Lebanon as a CIA operative. There is both gripping action and the interesting detail of the investigative process that allows the reader to easily identify with Bradley. Both story development and characterization are such that the reader's interest is held throughout the story. Reviewed by Robert Krueger the author of The Children's Story, About Good and Evil. "A Contemporary Masterwork of Mystery, Thriller & Suspense!" The author has the ability to lure the reader into this dark and murky world - kicking and screaming if need be! Although, I would imagine that fans of this genre won't be able to wait to sink their teeth into this one! This story had every element a good story should have. An exciting plot, attention to detail, but best of all fleshed out, well-written and well-rounded character development. There's an abundance of well illustrated scenes that really make you feel like you are right there in the story, and that's something I really look for in a good book. This captivating and commendable work had me immersed from the beginning. The story flows from scene to scene with ease, and the author shows exceptional skill when it comes to storytelling. There are twists and turns in this page turner that will take the reader on a thrilling journey. Also, the writing style is clear-cut which makes for an enjoyable read.

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GoldenEye: Rogue Agent (Xbox)
GoldenEye: Rogue Agent (Xbox)
GoldenEye: Rogue Agent (Xbox)

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Total Meltdown - 4 Electronic Games in 1
Total Meltdown - 4 Electronic Games in 1
Whether it's a thermonuclear bomb or a super-atomic core, nail-biting last minute deactivations feature in practically every action movie. Why? Well it's because they're excruciatingly, buttock-clenchingly, watch-thru-ya-fingersly exciting. The thought that civilization depends on the uncrossing of a few wires and the removal of a central thingamabob is enough to bring the calmest of super agents out in a cold sweat. But how do you get to experience such unparalleled levels of tension without joining MI6, building a holodeck or getting a job as a night manager at a crumbling ex-Soviet Bloc power station? Simple, you buy Total Meltdown. This fiendishly tense tabletop game has had us utterly enthralled since it arrived here at Gadgetshop Central, and we guarantee your palms will be sweating the second you clap eyes on it. Looking like something out of Dr Who's Starfleet Chocolate Factory, Total Meltdown features 4 intense challenges that must be completed before the whole thing goes boom! Flashing lights, a ticking clock and taunting voice crank up the tension to ludicrous levels as you attempt to decipher the correct port for a bundle of wires, complete a twelve piece circuit breaker, crack the code and then remove the central core without touching the sides. Only you can stop a complete meltdown! You'll feel like James Bond, Jack Bauer, and Mr Scott all rolled into one, and the temptation to yell "She cannae take it Cap'n" will become truly unbearable as the moment of truth looms. Of course, saving the world wouldn't be half as much fun without a little taunting/screaming/desperate encouragement from onlookers, so the clever makers have made sure that up to 4 players can join in the action. Disarmingly brilliant. Boom boom!

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Vintage photo of Pierce Brosnan stars in the seventeenth spy film in the James Bond series, "GoldenEye" (1995).
Vintage photo of Pierce Brosnan stars in the seventeenth spy film in the James Bond series, "GoldenEye" (1995).
Size Size of photo 8.0" x 10.0"  GoldenEye (1995) is the seventeenth spy film in the James Bond series, and the first to star Pierce Brosnan as the fictional MI6 officer James Bond. The film was directed by Martin Campbell and is the first film in the series not to take story elements from the works of novelist Ian Fleming.[1] The story was conceived and written by Michael France, with later collaboration by other writers. In the film, Bond fights to prevent an ex-MI6 agent, gone rogue, from using a satellite against London to cause global financial meltdown.GoldenEye was released in 1995 after a six-year hiatus in the series caused by legal disputes, during which Timothy Dalton resigned from the role of James Bond and was replaced by Pierce Brosnan. M was also recast, with actress Judi Dench becoming the first woman to portray the character, replacing Robert Brown. The role of Miss Moneypenny was also recast, with Caroline Bliss being replaced by Samantha Bond; Desmond Llewelyn was the only actor to reprise his role as Q. GoldenEye was the first Bond film made after the dissolution of the Soviet Union and the end of the Cold War, which provided a background for the plot.The film accumulated a worldwide gross of US$350.7 million, considerably better than Dalton's films, without taking inflation into account.[2] The film received positive reviews, with critics viewing Brosnan as a definite improvement over his predecessor.[3][4][5] The film also received award nominations for "Best Achievement in Special Effects" and "Best Sound" from the British Academy of Film and Television Arts.[6]The name "GoldenEye" pays homage to James Bond's creator, Ian Fleming. While working for British Naval Intelligence as a

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GoldenEye: Rogue Agent (PS2)
GoldenEye: Rogue Agent (PS2)
GoldenEye: Rogue Agent (PS2) PAL VERSION COMES BOXED WITH MANUAL DISC HAS SURFACE MARKS CHECKED AND PLAYS OK WILL BE POSTED 1ST CLASS RECORDED PLEASE ALLOW 1 TO 7 DAY MONEY REFUNDED IF NOT SATISFIED I am constantly striving to provide an excellent service and to help me improve my service I would love to get your feedback on your purchase

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GoldenEye: Rogue Agent (GameCube)
GoldenEye: Rogue Agent (GameCube)
Using the name GoldenEye for this latest 007 game could be one of the most ill-advised choices in marketing history, since it beggars all sorts of unkind comparisons to Rare's seminal N64 title, which to this day remains one of the best games ever made. The choice of name is all the more puzzling because the game has nothing to do with the film or, save the first person perspective, Rare's magnum opus. In fact the rather unlikely reasoning behind everything is that you are an evil ex-MI6 agent who after a fight with Dr No is given an, err… golden eye by Auric Goldfinger. The game's premise is such that all of Bond's greatest bad guys are still alive and caught up in a sort of underworld civil war, in which your character seeks to be the real beneficiary. Ignoring such nonsense though, and looking purely at the game, the AI seems quite good and the replacement of Everything or Nothing's "Bond Moments" with scripted "Death Trap" sequences is fairly amusing. Unfortunately though the developers seem to have forgotten that the original game was as much lauded (at least a year before Thief or Metal Gear Solid) for its stealth gameplay as much for its shooting and this element seems total absent from Rogue Agent. The multiplayer is also unconvincing with no radar and rather sprawling level design. It might turn out all right when it's finished but at the end of the day this is no GoldenEye. -- David Jenkins

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