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Skills of the Warramunga by Greg Kater

Early in 1946, former army officer, Jamie Munro, and his half-Aboriginal friend and colleague, Jack 'Jacko' O'Brien, who head the Commonwealth Investigation Service in Darwin, are called on to assist in the rescue of Colonel John Cook, a senior operative of MI6, who has been kidnapped by bandits and taken into the jungles of Malaya.

Early in 1946, former army officer, Jamie Munro, and his half-Aboriginal friend and colleague, Jack 'Jacko' O'Brien, who head the Commonwealth Investigation Service in Darwin, are called on to assist in the rescue of Colonel John Cook, a senior operative of MI6, who has been kidnapped by bandits and taken into the jungles of Malaya.
Jamie and Jacko had worked in intelligence operations with Colonel Cook during the desert campaign in North Africa in the Second World War, as the Afrika Corps threatened Egypt.
With Jacko's half-sister, Sarah, a full-blood Aborigine from Tennant Creek, they arrive in Kuala Lumpur to find that they not only have to contend with the impenetrable jungle of the Malay peninsula, but also with a murderous and subversive organisation of Fascist criminals whose aim is to disrupt the creation of the Malayan Union by the British Military Authority, set to take place on 1st of April 1946, foment an uprising and take over control of the country.
All the inherent bushcraft skills of the Warramunga are needed to rescue Colonel Cook as well as prevent catastrophic mayhem on the Malayan peninsula.
This is the third book in the Warramunga trilogy.

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The war is over, but the peace has not begun….
Early in 1946, former army officer, Jamie Munro, and his half-aboriginal colleague, Jacko O’Brien, who head the CIS in Darwin, are called on to assist in the rescue of Colonel John Cook, a senior operative of MI6, who has been kidnapped by bandits and taken into the jungles of Malaya.
Jamie and Jacko had previously worked with Colonel Cook during the desert campaign in North Africa during World War II, when the Afrika Corps threatened Egypt.
This is the third book of a trilogy with the same principal characters taking part in real historical events.
After arriving on the Malayan peninsula, all the inherent bushcraft skills of the Warramunga are needed to not only rescue Colonel Cook, but also to prevent catastrophic mayhem by murderous gangs intent on subverting the formation of the Malayan Union in April, 1946.

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Genre: Historical Fiction
Publisher: Zeus Publication
Publication Year: 2018
Format: Paperback
Length: 314 pages
ASIN: 0648278085
ISBN: 9780648278085
List Price: $21.25 (aus)
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