Third in Andrew McCoy's
LANCE WEBER SERIES
About the Quintessential Hard Man of Africa
by Andrew McCoy
Stop the terrorists — dead!
When three busloads of kibbutz children are blown up, one evil man is behind the outrage: diehard Nazi fanatic Max Spitz, alive and well, fabulously rich, and living in South America. Part-time kibbutznik Mark Bern resolves to fight fire with fire, but the Israelis don’t want to know. The days of the snatch squads are over.
But Bern goes ahead anyway, kidnapping Spitz’s sex-mad teenage granddaughter for a ransom of gold. His aim: to attack the Germans’ heavily defended main gold vault and take the terrorists’ wealth away for good.
Against him and his handful of hardened allies: not only ruthlessly bloodthirsty Nazis and the local secret police and army, but even, incredibly, Israeli Intelligence assassins…
CAIN’S COURAGE is the shattering story of a thirst for vengeance that literally knows no limits — the brutally violent saga of the struggle to wipe out the most dangerous nest of criminals and terrorists the world has ever known.
A famous bestseller now in e-books for the first time!Jacket blurb by Nick Austin, from the Grafton/Collins print edition
What the critics said:
"Mr McCoy gets on with the job of telling us exactly what it is like in the Heart of Darkness. He has the soldier's eye for terrain and the soldier's eye for character. This has the ring of truth."
John Braine/Sunday Telegraph
"Very rough, exciting, filmic, and redolent of a nostalgie de boue d'Afrique. Full of the rapport and affection for blacks experienced only by the genuine old Africa hand."
Alastair Phillips/Glasgow Herald
"Like the unblinking eye of a cobra, it is fascinating and hard to look away from, powerful and unique."
Edwin Corley/Good Books
"I found this work excellent. I recommend it as a book to read on several planes, whether of politics, history or just as thriller -- every episode is firmly etched on my memory. It is certainly a most impressive work of fiction."
"H.P."/BBC External Service
"Like a steam hammer on full bore."
Jack Adrian/Literary Review
"Something else again. The author has plenty of first-hand experience of the conditions he describes so vividly."
Marese Murphy/Irish Times
"Totally convincing fiction."
Colonel Jonathan Alford, Director, Institute for Strategic Studies/BBC World at One
"The reader is in good hands."
"Even in an entertaining thriller he makes us see ourselves anew."
"Graphic adult Boys Own Adventure."
The Irish Press