Tears in Tripoli.
Jake Collins is an ex-military man who earns his money by providing all manner of security services to international clients. Taking care of media teams is old-hat for JC. He's been there and he's done that. However, his latest little jaunt, one that sees him travelling into the heart of Libya, soon turns out to be the trip of a lifetime.
The day after Jake arrives in Libya, the rebel assault upon the heart of Tripoli begins. The destruction of Colonel Gadaffi's compound, a giant, walled village in the heart of the troubled city, is the rebels' only goal, and they will not be stopped.
Jake soon finds himself in the thick of the fighting, racing through the war-torn streets of Tripoli with a camera crew under the gaze of his watchful eye. It's never easy trying to stay alive in a world ripped-apart by revolution and madness, especially when some of Jake's crew seem absolutely determined to get themselves killed.
Finding himself surrounded by death and love, sadness and joy, it seems to JC that there are enough tears in Tripoli for a man to drown in. Jake Collins doesn't do tears, and he's not that keen on drowning. All he needs to do is get his crew out alive...
Published: 29 March 2016
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