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Battle Come Down: A Riz Sabir Thriller

Battle Come Down: A Riz Sabir Thriller [Kindle Edition]

Charlie Flowers
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Rizwan Sabir and Holly “Bang-Bang” Kirpachi return from their honeymoon to find London in uproar...

Tottenham is burning.

Gangs are running riot and calls for an anarchist action are ringing through the city.

They have just one message to go by…

M Day is coming.

Outnumbered ten to one, Riz and Holly are under orders to find the gang leader 3Dogs and his slimy cousin, Mega Rapist, a twelve year old who lives up to his nickname.

It is up to Riz and the Black-eyed girls to extract the gang leaders from the chaos before the movement gains too much momentum.

But as the team learn more about the pair and their shocking hobbies, their desire for vengeance hits breaking point.

Can Riz keep Bang Bang and the rest of the gang in check?

Will they find the pair before it’s too late?

And will they figure out what M Day stands for before London burns to the ground?

Or will they be among the casualties when the battle comes down....

‘Battle Come Down’ is an exciting techno-thriller. It is the fourth explosive installment of the Riz Sabir series.

"Absolutely rocks. Every line reeks with the raw authenticity of a writer who knows first-hand what the hell he's talking about." - Tom Cain, bestselling author of the Sam Carver thrillers.

'One of the most realistic depictions of how these operations work in real life. Forget about the "Hollywoodization" that seems to be the mark of most other books- this is the very real deal.' - Mubin Shaikh, counter-terrorism consultant and former covert operative, Canadian Security Services

Charlie Flowers is an author and an adviser on terrorism and extremism.

Endeavour Press is the UK's leading independent publisher of digital books.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1471 KB
  • Print Length: 488 pages
  • Publisher: Endeavour Press (19 Jun 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #315,325 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Charlie Flowers was born in Eastern Europe sometime in the late Sixties and arrived with his family in Britain in 1975. After training as a journalist in London he had a varied career as reporter, roadie, truck driver and record label boss. In the late Nineties he formed two cult bands, and is currently an adviser on terrorism and extremism to certain departments and think tanks.
Charlie Flowers is published by Endeavour Press, and is a member of the Crime Writers' Association and International Thriller Writers, Inc.

He is author of the "Riz" quartet - "Hard Kill", "Danger Close", "Kill Order", and "Battle Come Down".

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Format:Kindle Edition
Bang, bang, bang, bang… That’s all I need to say. The new Flowers novel is an action-packed rip-roaring race that will speed you safely to your destination—you hope. “Battle Come Down” is the next instalment in a series that could, quite possibly, be one of the most controversially exciting series of action thrillers written in the past 10 years. Now, anyone who writes that these are the greatest books in the world hasn’t read them. These, however, are some of the strongest thrillers on the market with some of the best action, and the writer has one of the better styles around. He writes, he shoots, he scores; and he can give a book more punch than Ali.
Flowers writes about London with expertise and gives the city a gritty edge. This is not Mary Poppins flying around on a broomstick—this is Riz and Bang Bang taking on terrors in the city and making a mess. This is writing that leaps from the pages and lands on your living room rug. If you want to read a sweet love story—go read “Bridges of Madison County.” If you want to read exciting writing by a guy who knows guts, guns and glory… Click “Buy it now” and brace yourself.
Flowers keeps ’em coming… The readers keep catching onto how great he is.
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4.0 out of 5 stars OMG 24 Jun 2014
Format:Kindle Edition
Oh my days. This violence contains some book. North London gets turned into North Iraq. Not for the sensitive of disposition, "Battle Come Down" is like a Sven Hassel epic for the social media generation.
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5.0 out of 5 stars No Time for Tears 22 Jun 2014
By Teresa
Format:Kindle Edition
From their first blunt encounter with members of a London gang which turns out to include key members of what may be a spreading global uprising, you know Riz and his "girl gang" the Blackeyes, aren't going to be taking any prisoners. With London's airports shut down and most public transportation slowed to a trickle, one of the greatest cities in the world has been put in a stranglehold. Still in the throes of early married life, Holly (Bang-Bang) may complain about an interrupted honeymoon, but hubby Riz and she are clearly more in their element taking on a vast network of terrorists whose main objective appears to be anarchy.

In Battle Come Down, Without the fanfare of Hollywood's overstated apocalyptic hype, the reader discovers what life might really be like, should we in the "West" suddenly find ourselves situationally in the shoes of Syria or Iraq. As unsettling as it is to face what appears to be an unnamed mob but is in fact a missile controlling, well-managed, war machine, there can be no doubt that such an event is, in reality, playing itself out in many parts of the world. Indeed, as the story builds momentum, one is reminded of certain real life events in London itself. A little too close to home? For me yes. It is thus with a certain gratitude that I can count on the rigid moral code Riz and the Blackeyes bring with them when they are defending their country. The question of "who is right" is no longer esoteric as one realizes that if Riz and Holly lose this one, London (and England) as we once knew it, will no longer exist.
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