Greed

Greed

Chris Ryan

Language: English

Pages: 205

ISBN: B018M38SHS

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Five Men. One Robbery. A deadly game of greed, revenge and betrayal is about to begin.

Fresh out of the SAS, Matt Browning is down on his luck. He owes -500,000. If he doesn't get the money soon, he dies. From nowhere, he is offered a lifeline. A hit on al-Queda, sanctioned and helped by MI5. Matt gathers a small team of former SAS men to steal $10 million in gold and diamonds from the world's most deadly terrorist organisation. MI5 will give them all the equipment and information they need. No charges will ever be pressed.

Matt thinks it's the perfect crime. Safe, quick, and patriotic. But after the money is stolen, the killing starts. Someone is taking down the members of the team one by one. A silent, expert assassin is stalking the team, gruesomely murdering both them and their families. And Matt knows that he's next.

Greed is an explosive story of what happens when terrorism, money, love and jealously combust.

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directly to the man’s teeth. The least you deserve is an expensive trip to the dentist, you bastard. ‘Damien,’ he said, looking down into the face of his assailant. He stopped himself just in time. ‘Christ, man, what the hell are you doing?’ ‘What the hell are you doing,’ Damien spat, his face purple with rage and sweat. ‘You’re screwing her, aren’t you?’ Matt rubbed his jaw with his hand. It was bruised, but there was no blood. ‘Yes,’ he said quietly. ‘You’re meant to be getting married in

screeching of a couple of cats being put out for the night. The two of them had come alone. The flight from London had landed mid-afternoon, and they’d transferred straight to the hotel. The rest, it was agreed, would stay behind in the bar while Matt and Ivan went to check the boat and the gear were all lined up. We could get the call at any minute. We have to be ready twenty-four hours a day. The houses in the village were all painted white. Half a moon was hanging in the sky, gently

were warning all the men in the bar to keep well away. But this one looked as if she was just enjoying the gin and lime in her glass, the night air, and the breeze blowing in from the sea, the same way a man would if he was having a drink by himself. ‘You reckon?’ said Keith. ‘How then?’ Keith claimed to be a former policeman, but Matt wasn’t sure he believed him. He had neither the strength nor the character Matt would expect from someone professionally trained. He was too loud, too cocky: his

were warning all the men in the bar to keep well away. But this one looked as if she was just enjoying the gin and lime in her glass, the night air, and the breeze blowing in from the sea, the same way a man would if he was having a drink by himself. ‘You reckon?’ said Keith. ‘How then?’ Keith claimed to be a former policeman, but Matt wasn’t sure he believed him. He had neither the strength nor the character Matt would expect from someone professionally trained. He was too loud, too cocky: his

combination lock. Sallum put the numbers in place and opened the clasp. The officer opened the bag, taking out its contents one by one: two spare shirts, a pair of Gap chinos and a pair of blue Levis, a black polo jumper, some socks, underpants, a shaving kit, and a copy of the Koran. ‘Okay?’ said Sallum, replacing the items in the bag. ‘You’ll have to follow me, sir,’ said the officer. Sallum paused. ‘Can you tell me what the problem is?’ The officer looked at him. He was a man of about

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