John Nichol flew for the RAF for fifteen years. On active duty in the Gulf War he was shot down with his pilot John Peters. Captured and tortured, he was paraded on television provoking world-wide condemnation of the Iraqis and leaving one of the enduring images of the conflict. He writes for various national newspapers and is a widely quoted commentator on military affairs. He has also been a consultant and presenter for Newsnight, World in Action and Cutting Edge.
Ex-RAF man and Gulf War hero turned combat thriller writer delivers another hard-hitting adventure - Mirror on DECISIVE MEASURES A cracking combat thriller, with a delicate love story - Mail on Sunday on EXCLUSION ZONE Fresh and compelling...as good as anything written by Jeffrey Archer or Dick Francis - Daily Mail on VANISHING POINT Startlingly pertinent...A thriller with a serious message - The Times on VANISHING POINT The glimpses of aerial combat are brilliant - you can smell the hot oil, the sweat and the fear - Daily Telegraph on POINT OF IMPACT