'As in The Day of the Jackal and a host of other gripping tales, the master has done a brilliant job' (The Times)
In a matter of weeks Saddam Hussein will invade Kuwait and the Allied forces need all the information they can get to help the resistance. But when they intercept a top-secret fragment of radio referring to a lethal weapon that could rain down death and destruction, one man must risk everything to stop it.
SAS Major Mike Martin is sent undercover into Kuwait to assess Iraqi strength. Taken into the heart of Baghdad by enemy forces, he is tasked with 'running' the Iraqi spy known as Jericho, a sleeper who can provide vital information. But at a price.
This is the most hazardous mission of Martin's life: to find and destroy the secret weapon they call Qubth-ut-Allah - the Fist of God.
"'Once again, as in The Day Of The Jackal and a host of other gripping tales, the master has done a brilliant job'"
"'He is a superb storyteller...some notable excitements in the best Forsyth style'"
"'Forsyth's expertise and research lend the book a powerful ring of authenticity and he has an almost mesmeric ability to compel the reader to keep turning the page. It's a corking good read'"
"'By turns fascinating and thrilling...keeps springing surprises to the very end'"