In this book, we deal with criminal drug laboratories being used to create weapons of mass destruction in the form of biological and bacterial weapons on behalf of terrorists. Have no doubt, such weapons will be used if a terrorist gets hold of them. They did so before in history, the Tokyo Sarin gas attack in 1994 comes to mind. A week after this book was published, the mainstream reports came out of just such laboratories being found in Africa and destroyed. I am not surprised, it happens often that what is revealed in GMJ Books are later confirmed by the media. The books are, after all, based on reality and facts that you are welcome to research. Code Name Celery 50 follows directly on Code Name Green 41 and together with that book is known to us as the “Lucy Books.” In Code Name Green 41, we first met “Lucy the Lunatic,” Angelique’s troubled counter-terrorism agent that was captured by the enemy. Ours is a harsh world, if captured, you will be made to regret that you were born, especially if female and attractive. Every kind of sexual and physical abuse will take place and did take place, she was abused most horribly before she escaped (a story in itself but not revealed for security reasons). Lucy was then confined to a place of safety by the psychologists only to be rescued again by Angelique and returned to duty too soon but for her own sanity. Lucy, I can tell you, was not doing well in the asylum and has an intense dislike in everything psychiatry since then. Sometimes, not often, the captured agent gets a chance to take revenge and do so with great relish. In Code Name Celery 50, although not the main theme of the story, that happens. Lucy gets hold of her tormentor and you can read the rest yourself, she is not about to let bygones be bygones. She reacts with predictable violence herself. Because of the “Lucy Books” the medical condition she suffers from, known as PNES, is now better understood by many readers. Please note that everything you are about to read in GMJ Books about Angelique’s troubled agent “Lucy”- she features in many missions - is true. She needs your prayers more than ever and all are welcomed. Her wars did not end in her mind, she is still fighting her demons. If you have any messages of encouragement for Lucy, I will gladly relay them for you. We also pay a short tribute to the South African Army Engineering Corps in this book. What people don’t always recognise is that Special Forces is a collective unit, they did not start off as Special Forces, the lads served in other regiments first and hence you got a large variety of extra skills in their ranks. Here we find two lads, ex-sappers and proud of that, helping to float a heavy truck and vehicle right across Lake Niassa. I assure you, when the engineers get stuck in, things happen. They are as good as any unit in the world if not better because miracles are expected from them, they always deliver, end of story.
Description: Spymaster extraordinaire, Angelique Dawson and her team are after an African warlord that captured and tortured one of her agents, Lucy, and is flooding the market with drugs to destabilise UN Peacekeeping Forces as well as South Africa itself. Angelique already destroyed his smuggling routes and sank his drug carrying barge, the Inyosi Ubusi, on Lake Malawi (aka Lake Niassa) during Code Name Green 41 (GMJ 20). Now she is turning her attention to him personally. She is going after him as only she can by using every dirty trick in the book and a few more no one ever heard about. She is destroying his drug fields by spraying them with a toxic agent, blowing his warehouses, laboratories, and ultimately hands him over to Lucy to claim revenge, as is her right. Angelique’s Mossad colleagues get involved when she discovers that the warlord’s drug laboratory is being used for biological warfare purposes, making the mission more complex than usual. The narrator, Angelique’s later husband and soul, now her bodyguard and ground commander, former Police Special Forces Company Commander, Geoffrey Foxtrot, has his hands full protecting her as she flies mission after mission in the darkness of night with a converted four engine Armstrong Whitworth Argosy, a twin-boom British post-war military transport, spraying the drug fields with poisonous mixtures. But first, they covertly infiltrate Angelique’s agents into Malawi right across Lake Niassa to mark the drug fields for her spraying missions. If you wish to read about Covert and Special Forces Operations in sub-Saharan Africa, the GMJ Books are the place to start. You will learn about covert operations, Special Forces techniques and military history not known outside the select few. Code Name Celery 50 is the twenty-first book of the popular GMJ Series.