Hijack (A Sgt Major Crane Thriller Book 6)
|Rating||:||4.48 (909 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||574 Pages|
For more information on our titles please sign up to our newsletter at endeavourpress. Each week you will receive updates on free and discounted ebooks. Recommend! ReviewWell written and the author fools you at times when you think you know what is next and she goes in another direction. ReviewEndeavour Press is the UK's leading independent digital publisher. We are always interested in hearing from our readers. Edge of your seat, and I had no clue who would survive. Follow us on Twitter: @EndeavourPress and on Facebook via on.fb/1HweQV7. Terrified and imprisoned on a train on a viaduct with a deathly 100' drop. Do the hostages have what it takes to stay alive? Or will the terrorists win?When a mysterious group of cyclists board a train, one of them pulls the emergency cord and the train grinds to a halt on the Ribblehead Viaduct, a 100ft high structure with a deathly fall. The six hijackers are armed with guns and bombs and are prepared to do anything, to achieve their aims, even if it results in the death of innocent people. A page-turning terrorist thriller packed with suspense from th
An ISIS terrorist strikes England When an ISIS terrorist holds a train for ransom, Sgt. Billy Williams happens to be one of the passengers. The author makes the current crisis in Iraq and Syria come alive when she writes a realistic thriller. Who thinks of trains when you hear of a high jacking? This book keeps you on the edge of your chair from the first chapter and treats all sides fairly.If you've read other books in this series, the characters seem like friends you could offer a cu. Diana M. Hockley said EXCELLENT HIGH CLASS FARE!. A simple premise - a two carriage commuter train gets hijacked over a famous viaduct!From the opening sentence, where Sergeant Billy Williams notes six supposed backpackers getting on board the train, the tension never lets up. Skillfully and beautifully written, this is right up there with Cartmell's high standard of presentation. The plot is straightforward but the molding of the characters is vintage Cartmell.As the administrators and army personnel. "Excellent" according to Mary L. I like Sgt Billy Williams. He did a great job keeping the hostages under control.This book could use a good editor/proofreading. Distain and disdain are not the same word. Court marshall should be court martial.
A real page turner and I couldn't put it down - when is the movie coming out?!?! Action packed throughout! - Ed RileyRiveting and well written Jo NoelLoved it - an absolute must for all readers of crime thrillers - Review Really enjoyed this. Recommend! Review. Edge of your seat, and I had no clue who would survive