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Survive to Fight

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Audiobook Downloadable / ISBN-13: 9781529364637

Price: £19.99

ON SALE: 9th June 2022

Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Adventure / War & Combat Fiction

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The second incredible thriller in the Matt Mason series: based in the high-octane, high-stakes world of the special forces.

Matt Mason is attempting to put the army behind him, building a life for himself training anti-poaching forces on a Kenyan game reserve.

He’s looking forward to meeting up with his eldest child, Jo who has graduated naval college and taken a summer job working on a billionaires yacht in the Red Sea. But then he receives a call informing him that Jo’s boat is missing, likely abducted by Somali pirates.

Mason must call in favours from old contacts as he follows Jo’s trail. She isn’t the abduction target, she won’t be worth the pirates keeping for long. But she is still Matt Mason’s daughter, and she knows she needs to survive to fight.

About the Author
Billy Billingham spent 17 years in the SAS. He was responsible for planning and executing strategic operations and training at the highest level in locations including Iraq, Afghanistan, South America and Africa, and has led countless hostage rescues. He later became a bodyguard to A list celebrities such as Brad Pitt, Sir Michael Caine, and Tom Cruise. Since 2015, Billy has been one of the lead presenters on the popular Channel Four series SAS: Who Dares Wins.

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Billy's really been there and done it. There's no substitute for experience
Sean Penn
The characters are tough and the writing is tougher. A headsmashing assault of a thriller from a former SAS agent who has seen it all and done it all
Billingham's service as a former SAS officer brings an extra layer of verisimilitude
Financial Times
Bold, breathless and fiercely exciting. I read it in one sitting and by the end felt as if I'd travelled the globe and got to know a gritty, believable group of characters. A terrific page-turner.
B.P. Walter, author of The Dinner Guest