Robin Horsfall shot and killed one of the leading terrorists inside the Iranian Embassy when the SAS stormed the building.
He served with the SAS during the Falklands War and on subsequent counter-terrorist operations.
He tells his personal odyssey from boy-soldier to paratrooper with insight and wisdom.
His enemies were not just terrorists: he fought the institutionalized brutality of the Parachute Regiment — and his own inner demons. He learned the difference between physical and moral courage; between officers who expect you to be ready to die for them, and those who actually want you to get killed so they can win a medal.
It’s an action-packed narrative, but much more than another RAMBO-style romp. Robin reveals some painful truths, not least the ordinary SAS men’s view of General de la Billiere and his orders for a kamikaze mission to Argentina.
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