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on 30 December 2001
'Invisible Enemy in Kazakhstan' tells the story of an SAS mission to destroy a secret complex in the mountains of - yes, you guessed it - Kazakhstan. The complex is a left-over from the Cold War, although its experiments are never really described. There's some double-dealing by the Chinese (who instigate the mission) and the Russians end up working alongside the SAS. After a promising start, the story drags a little as the SAS team climb up and down mountains, losing a few men on the way. The attack on the complex is crammed into a couple of chapters and was too brief. The action scenes were too few in number to make this book stand out from the crowd. There are more enjoyable titles in the 'Soldier SAS' series...
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