Predator Strike

Predator Strike

Predator Strike is the first book in a new series of short novels, or novellas, featuring Australian Defence Force Investigative Service (ADFIS) Investigator, Captain Sam Ryan. It follows the investigation into the death of an Australian soldier in Afghanistan. The book revolves around the conspiracy theory that the CIA had Osama bin Laden in custody, in Syria, for years before his reported death in 2011. Personally I’m not usually one for conspiracies, but something about this one resonated with me. It made me ask the question, well, what if it was true, and what might happen if somebody found out? How far would the CIA go to keep the truth hidden, and could that extend to murdering an allied soldier? Right from the beginning of the book the reader knows the answer, so I’m not giving away any spoilers here, but it’s really Ryan’s search for definitive proof, and the answer to these questions that drives the story forward.”         (Extract from Liam’s interview with IndieAuthorLand)

Predator Strike was released in October 2012 and is available as an e-book at the following websites:

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Comments
  1. […] April 2013, Liam Saville‘s debut novella, Predator Strike, was published in the first Death Toll anthology. Now, the boys are back, and Saville has a brand […]

  2. Stevan Coll says:

    This is the first I have heard of these two novels, Predator Strike and Resolute Action. Anything which promotes the ADFIS reputation and professional ethos is good. It is good to see the Australian military get some literary exposure for a change. Usually, it is all US or UK-focused material. I would be interested to read both of Mr Saville’s novels, for two reasons: one, I am long serving (approx 28 years), recently retired military (RAN) investigator (NP Inv, NIS and ADFIS) and secondly, from a critic’s view. I will check out my local book store. In the meantime, Liam, keep creating books.

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