"The Cobra creates a vividly cinematic picture of the worldwide cocaine trade. Forsyth has recharged his batteries, producing his most ambitious novel in years by reproducing the minutely organised detail of his most famous book." -- Barry Forshaw Daily Express "As ever with Forsyth, there is an impressive command of armed weaponry as well as an utterly believable story that moves along at a breakneck pace...Extraordinarily impressive." Daily Mail "Forsyth has produced his most ambitious book in years, reproducing the minutely organised detail of The Day of the Jackal." Good Book Guide "This new blockbuster from one of the world's sharpest authors is everything a modern thriller should be and more!" Bury Free Press
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About the Author
Frederick Forsyth is the author of fourteen novels and short story collections, from 1971's The Day of the Jackal to 2003's Avenger. A former pilot and print and television reporter, he has had five movies made from his works, and a television miniseries.