Get your free e-book copy on the 14th and 15th of February or anytime with Kindle Unlimited. If you like Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan, Carter’s Mark Sanders will be your new favorite: A likable hero, a complex character, always a reliable friend, and when necessary a relentless fighter.
They promise to restore order. But they create chaos.
He wants to live in peace. But he is forced to fight their war.
Desperate for a win before the elections, the president of Poland launches a controversial military campaign to end the Russian occupation in East Ukraine. Russia’s military machine brutally fights back and pushes NATO to a breaking point. Abandoned by their allies and mercilessly hunted by Russian Spetsnaz, a secret Polish stay-behind army valiantly resists the invasion force.
Security consultant Mark Sanders lives a quiet life in Berlin. A secret from his past catches up with him when he discovers the Russian search and destroy campaign in occupied Poland. Disgusted by the helplessness of Europe’s political caste, he fearlessly vows to end the slaughter and the corrupt Russian kleptocracy with it.
A frighteningly real scenario of how the ongoing hybrid conflicts in Eastern Europe might escalate to a shooting war. An electrifying tale of an underground army fighting for freedom and a man torn between protecting his family and doing the thing that needs doing.
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From zero to #2 in English language spy thrillers on Amazon. Joseph Carter’s debut is an instant hit.
After a career as an entrepreneur, Carter started following his passion for espionage thrillers in early 2018 when he started work on Another Man’s Freedom Fighter.
His first book is deeply rooted in the conflicts in Central and Eastern Europe that erupted during the 2010’s mostly between Russia on the one side and on the other the ‘West’ represented by the major supranational entities EU and NATO as well as their largest contributors, the U.S., Germany, and the U.K. but also the newer members, e.g. Poland.
He lives in Berlin with his family and enjoys travel, good food, and wine.