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“The task ahead of you is never as great as the power behind you.” Nigel Seed's 160 Degrees East: A Fight For Survival And The Need To Right A Terrible Wrong is an engaging military novel.  Major Jim Wilson and his team are given an assignment by the British Prime Minister to retrieve a U.S. prototype military tank that’s missing in Russian territory. The Russians are aware of their clandestine mission so Jim agrees to their proposal, angry that he and his team were double-crossed. While traveling deep into the mountains of British Columbia, the soldiers meet Megan, an unassuming woman when unarmed. They engage in combat with ruthless, powerful persons who want the vehicle for themselves, while discovering a nauseating scandal that could shock the world if exposed.

This is the second book I’ve read from the Jim Wilson series by Nigel Seed and thought it was even better than the previous one. It’s a terrific military adventure that has all the right features of wit, double-crossing, and cleverly orchestrated combats that make a good story. Major Jim’s soldiers, Geordie and Ivan, are just as experienced and sharp-minded as Jim. The three make a great team as each has particular skills, compassion, and very dry sense of humour. Nigel Seed also included an informative section about military vehicles, weaponry, ranks and other details that were relevant to the story. Nigel Seed's 160 Degrees East: A Fight For Survival And The Need To Right A Terrible Wrong is an interesting novel.

Reviewed by Michelle Stanley for Readers' Favorites

Jim Wilson

Major James Grant Wilson, normally known as Jim, was until very recently a highly capable combat officer in the Royal Engineers. An intelligent and inspiring leader he has always generated intense loyalty from his tough, no nonsense, soldiers. He is also famous in many parts of the British Army for being able to recognise any scotch whisky by taste and smell. A talent that has earned him many savage hangovers as the soldiers of his company have tried to fool him. Tall and well-built, he has a scar across his chin that aches when it is cold and reminds him of Afghanistan. Unusually for an engineering officer, he has a fear of enclosed spaces, which started when he was trapped in a mine accident, while his father was showing him around, although he has managed to control this over the years.

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An engaging military novel

“The task ahead of you is never as great as the power behind you.” Nigel Seed's 160 Degrees East: A Fight For Survival And The Need To Right A Terrible Wrong is an engaging military novel.

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