This book has much in common with the 'SAS Black Ops' series, also by this author, in that the punctuation and grammar are poor. The grammar is also of a low standard, but with the SAS books there was the occasional action scenes to help get past the problems.
I struggled to get half-way through this one, and I thought I might be able to make it all the way through, then I read references to 'the Isle of White' (Isle of Wight) and 'Uncle Joe Starling' (Stalin). That was it, I could go no further.
Mr Crowley - I've said it before, please do not rely on spellcheck in place of real proofreading.
And isn't it lucky that 'fascist' is such a vicious sounding word? While 'communism' is so round and friendly sounding. Seems to make it easier for the left to avoid the fact that left-wing tyrannies have been responsible for as many, if not more, mass murders as Hitler and other fascist monsters.