No GMJ Book is just written; the topic is carefully chosen to enlighten the reader to current dangers. Here we deal with maritime counter terrorism. When a commercial vessel is taken by terrorists, you have a much more serious problem than with an aircraft standing on the apron. The ship itself can be a weapon of mass destruction, far more than an aircraft, and completely demolish a port city, or cause untold damage with crude oil pollution even when offshore. Angelique Dawson and her team are on a passenger ship cruising in South African waters, the MV Belfast. The object is to test the counter maritime terrorism abilities of South Africa, using the stealth approached concept as proven in Code Name Willow Bay. Intelligence officers from Britain and France are part of the team, observing, a combined effort to learn from each other. Of course, Angelique has her own ideas on what to do to prove her point. A classic tale of using Special Forces and undercover agents in combined operations. If you wish to read about Covert and Special Forces operations in Sub Saharan Africa, the GMJ Books are the place to start. Code Name Caribbean is the twenty-second book of the popular GMJ Series.
George M James is a pseudo name for the Author. It is used for professional reasons and for the safety of his family. All GMJ Books are based on facts, they contain a lot of research and written in the first person narrative. You will learn about Covert Operations, Special Forces techniques and military history not known outside the select few. The GMJ Books may very well change the way you look at counter terrorism and espionage. Some authorities call the GMJ Books dangerous fiction.