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A brilliant, gripping portrait of survival in the face of annihilation in the tradition of Jonathan Maberry and Guillermo Del Toro
Iraq 2005. Seven mercenaries hear an enticing rumor: somewhere, abandoned in the swirling desert sands, lies a Republican Guard convoy containing millions of pounds of Saddam's gold. They form an unlikely crew of battle-scarred privateers, killers and thieves, veterans of a dozen war zones, each of them anxious to make one last score before their luck runs out. After liberating the sole suriving Guard member from US capture, the team makes their way to the ancient ruins where the convoy was last seen. Although all seems eerily quiet and deserted when they arrive, they soon find themselves caught in a desperate battle for their lives, confronted by greed, betrayal, and an army that won't stay dead.
A heart-pounding, pacey read, Juggernaut marks Adam Baker's U.S. debut. The novel is loaded with great smart-ass banter, high stakes action, and realistic fight scenes.