Thomas Keel, Joseph Sekka and Crow
return in a new adventure.
A story inspired by true events.
Salma Game Reserve, Chad, North-Central Africa
Sudanese ivory hunters launch a violent raid on the park, leaving a trail
of death and destruction in their wake. When the authorities prove
reluctant to pursue the culprits back across the border, the small team
of military advisors, hired to train the ranger squads, takes up the chase.
Thomas Keel, Joseph Sekka, and freelance pilot, Crow, are veterans of
special forces operations around the globe. Undaunted by the risk of
a political fallout, their search for the attackers and, ultimately,
the people who employ them, relentless.
The trail leads from Africa to the UAE, and from there to Thailand
and, eventually, to Laos and a gambling resort on the bank of the
Mekong River, owned and run by a reclusive Chinese billionaire.
As Keel and his crew discover, wildlife trafficking is a lucrative business:
a world-wide industry controlled by international criminal gangs
and corrupt governments who will stop at nothing to make a profit,
and who are prepared to kill to protect their interests.