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The fourth 'Richter' book - Timebomb - was published in hardback by Macmillan on 1st August 2008, at the same time as the paperback version of Foxbat was released. The fifth book in the series will be titled Payback, and should be available this summer. No cover image is available yet.
For people who've invested in the new Sony Reader, you might be aware that one of the partial ebooks included with the device was Foxbat, which has meant that this ebook was one of Macmillan's biggest sellers this winter. When Timebomb is released as a paperback in June this year, an ebook version of that novel will be released simultaneously.
Finally, on 7th September 2008 Michael Joseph/Penguin published Joint Force Harrier, and this will be released as a paperback (cover image below right) in May 2009.
I co-wrote this book with Commander Ade Orchard, Royal Navy. We decided to split our roles: he flew the Harrier in Afghanistan, got shot at and generally had a fairly uncomfortable time of it for a few months, and I sat drinking coffee and listening to him tell me what had happened. I think I had the easier job!
The link for this book is:
This is part of the jacket blurb:
'Recoil Four Seven, Roger. Look ahead of the
river. To the south of it there's a small area of high ground with scattered
vegetation and a track leading across it. That's where we are. We're taking
heavy machine gun fire from the tree-line on the north bank. And we're pinned
down. We can't go forward or back because there's no cover either side of our
position. Until the bad guys are taken out, we're stuck here ...'
Damien Lewis has written five best-selling books that grab the reader by the throat and simply don't let go. He's had a fascinating career both as a writer and as a documentary film-maker, and I'm pleased to be able to call him a friend. He's without doubt one of my favourite authors, and I highly recommend his latest novel, Cobra Gold. To learn more about this book, and about his highly eventful life, please visit his website at:
Everybody who reads books knows about Amazon, but there's another site well worth checking out for every book-lover. LoveReading provides a fresh approach to buying and reading books, combining the guidance you'd expect from a good independent bookshop with all the facilities of a major internet-based book club. Click below to take a look at it:
Michael Joseph/Penguin link
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