Author(s): Adam Ballinger
He had a good degree from Oxford, a girl he wanted to marry and a well-paid job in the city, but at the age of 26 he left it all to join the SAS. This is an account of the boys who do the dirty work. The quiet soldier wins by staying in the shadows but, as he later finds, so do the IRA.
An extraordinary, true account of life in the SAS.
Adam Ballinger has worked as a management consultant. He has travelled etensively in Asia. In 1989, he joined the British Army as a reserve soldier.