The sequel to Repercussion
Carnage in London, buildings destroyed in Boston (US) and martial law declared throughout Europe. Despite the chaos caused by the cyber attacks on the Western World, the second phase of the attack had been halted.
The authorities believe that Ritter, the Al Qaeda mastermind behind the mayhem, is dead.
But a confirmed sighting of him in Lebanon elicits a fast reaction from the authorities desperate to find him before he can strike again.
Ritter is determined to exact revenge on Ginger Symonds and the others who prevented his attacks. His hastily arranged ambushes have cost him several of his men and caused the ruthless slaughter of innocent bystanders.
Their swift reprisal cost him his life and his most prized possession, his laptop.
Now Al Qaeda wants revenge and need to get the laptop back. Ginger Symonds and his crew have dropped out of sight, not realising that anyone knew the laptop still existed. As Al Qaeda frantically search for them through their global network of contacts, the authorities notice the huge increase in communications. What is so important?
Ginger Symonds has unknowingly become the target of an international hunt to either recover the laptop or prevent Al Qaeda getting it back; at any cost.
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by on October 27, 2016
- Rob Alexander, February 2012
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