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"It isn’t a part-time job, it’s a full-time, unrelenting commitment, and to become one of the inner elite you must expect to make sacrifices at the expense of family, friends, and your career.”

Dan Shepherd is on a jungle training course in Belize as part of his SAS selection. Along with Liam, Geordie, and Jimbo, he is chosen for further training to see if he makes the cut for the Sabre Squadron Troop.

Taken out on real operation patrol, the men run into trouble with Guatemalan troops in the disputed province. Forced to escape into the jungle, the men are tested to their limits, but their reward may be great....

©2013 Stephen Leather (P)2015 Isis Publishing Ltd

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Spider gets badged.

"Natural" Selection, in true Stephen Leather style,Paul narrates the story how Dan Shepherd earned his nickname "Spider",a perfect way into the "Sider Shepherd"series of his adventures in the SAS and later as an undercover cop then onto secret squirrel with Mi6.
Can't wait to get into the 13th book into the series.
One gripe,there is not enough time in the year for Stephen to produce more than one Spider book a year,if he did,his other hero,Jack Nightingale series would suffer,I don't think I could stand that.
Keep up the good work Stephen.