|Number of Pages||208 Pages|
An army addicted to power, a soldier prepared for the ultimate sacrifice and a spy who will go to any length to stop him - Operation Fox-Hunt is a tale of sacrifice, camaraderie and betrayal.
The Pakistani army, mauled by the Abbottabad raid, decides to create and execute an operation that will get the Pakistani public opinion firmly behind them. Major Shezad Khan, a much decorated officer from the Pakistani armys elite Special Service Group (SSG) embarks on a mission to attack a strategic target in India. His comrades-in-arms are five ferocious Lashakar-e-Taiba militants.
Though he crosses into India through Kashmir, there is one man who has been tasked with the job of ensuring that they don't reach their target. RAWs Senior Field Agent Sanjay Khanna teams up with Military Intelligence and NSG to thwart the attack. The narrative sweeps across the vast expanses of Tajikistan, the malarial jungles of Bengal, through conflict zones in Baluchistan and the Vale of Kashmir as the two men and their teams race against time. A thrilling finale awaits in the maximum city Mumbai. Will the Fox-Hunt succeed?
About the Author
Siddhartha Thorat is a marketing professional with keen interest in current affairs and military history. As an Army brat and a marketing professional, he has traveled widely across India. He is a passionate fiction reader and draws inspiration from Ken Follett and Jack Higgins. This is his first book.