Mike Tucker Sartori: A novel by Mike Tucker

ISBN 13: 9781522800736

Sartori: A novel by Mike Tucker

9781522800736: Sartori: A novel by Mike Tucker

SARTORI A novel by Mike Tucker Literary Fiction: Espionage/Action-adventure The first novel to rip the lid off the American "No covert ops inside Saudi Arabia" of the last 70 years, SARTORI is a wild ride, a journey into the world of counterterrorism spies, mercenaries, covert operatives, many of whom are Muslim and are crucial to the hunt for the number one Islamic State financier in Northern Saudi Arabia, The Sheikh. SARTORI, which means "moment of enlightenment" in Zen Buddhism, is the sequel to Mike Tucker's thrilling novel, SPARTACUS DID THE RIGHT THING, which was compared to Ernest Hemingway by the African Correspondent for THE SUNDAY TIMES of London, Miles Amoore. In the summer of 2015, three counterterrorism mercenaries of the British Secret Intelligence Service find themselves on the mission of their lives, behind enemy lines in Northern Saudi Arabia, aided by a brilliant Moroccan covert operative and a Saudi operative--code name, Naomi--who do not hesitate to bring their deep understanding of Arab Beduoin culture to aid the mercs. Raw in its combat, scintillating in its action and intrigue, and not lacking in humor and satire, SARTORI is a thrilling spy novel by the only writer of his generation who has been compared to Hemingway--Mike Tucker.

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The only writer of his generation compared to Hemingway, Mike Tucker is a counterterrorism specialist, novelist, historian, poet and former commando. Praised by British counterterrorists for his actions under fire at the Siege of the Banco Central in Barcelona in 1981 and behind Burmese Army lines in 1992, he is the director of RONIN Counterterrorism and the author of fifteen books. He holds degrees in history and literature and served on active duty in a US Marine infantry unit tasked with special operations missions in the late 1980s. Mike Tucker’s Ba athist war crimes investigations in 2003 in Kurdistan, from his book, Hell Is Over: Voices of the Kurds After Saddam, helped convict and hang Saddam Hussein for crimes against humanity. He has carried out fieldwork for his fiction and non-fiction in Portugal, Spain, England, the Strait of Malacca, the Arabian Peninsula, in the Hindu Kush with French commandos and snipers and American counterterrorists and snipers, in Northern and Western Iraq with American snipers and commandos, in Kurdish highlands, and in Northern Thailand with Karen, Hmong and Black Lahu hunters. He lives in the Far East. www.miketuckernovelist.com

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