Revenge

Rory Glassen is selected to join an elite SAS cell. They are sent to Libya to seek retribution for the near-death torture of two of their SAS troopers, at the hands of a medieval-run empire led by a despotic Sultan. What was to be a milk-run operation turns sour, as a battle of wits to survive soon develops between two warring factions. More

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About George Lockie

Born in Edinburgh, Scotland in 1941.

Married in 1964 in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Wife’s name is Avril.

Has two children, Darren (52) and Vanessa (47).

Enjoyed six years’ service in the Parachute Regiment in the British Army from 1960 to 65, mainly in the Middle East and Europe.

Migrated as a family to Australia, in 1965, seeking new challenges and a different lifestyle in a more exciting environment.

Traveled extensively worldwide whilst employed by a major Australian International Packaging Group, as National Operations Manager, a senior management role from 1986 to 2003.

Started writing in 1995, as he felt that the Army relationships and strong emotional bonds that are created in life-threatening experiences in the field, had not been exposed, or described adequately, in the novels he had read. His first novel tried to cover that. It takes place post-WWI through to post-WWII. The second novel, a follow-up military story, again covers a subject not exposed as a problem before. His third novel covers a criminal gang and its unique way to produce huge profits from the saddest moments in human life; yet a boon to the medical world.

The fourth exposes the world of computer hacking, with a clever killer achieving his aim of executing a crime boss in revenge for his wife’s death at his hands.

1st: Eye of the Hunter (Thriller, suspense.)

2nd: Chameleon (Suspense, thriller, crime.)

3rd: Miracle Cure (Military, Crime, Police.)

4th: Furtive Shadows (Military, SAS, MI6)

All novels are linked by a common major character, Rory Glassen – a ruthless, dedicated soldier with extraordinary senses and physical attributes gleaned from his childhood upbringing alone in the Scottish Glens.

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