The Falklands War in 1982 is at its peak and covert missions are under way on both Islands. Four British Special Forces men lie dead in a shallow hollow on East Falkland, three of them brutally murdered in cold blood after surrendering to their Argentine captors. Only severely wounded Royal Marine Sergeant Harry Glass survives because he was hidden under the dead body of his fallen comrade. The brother of one of the murdered men, SAS Captain Bill Dye, forces a captured Argentine Officer to tell the truth about the killings and several months later following Harry's recovery from his wounds, a black operation is sanctioned to avenge the murders of the Special Forces men. Two key Argentine targets are eradicated in Buenos Aires by Harry and Bill, but no one could know that the consequences and repercussions of that operation would be so personal and violent when remaining members of a powerful Argentine family reap their own savage revenge on UK soil. The violence and bloodshed continues in the US and then back in England when Harry finally comes face to face with the instigator of all the violence and murder. Harry believes his target is neutralized, but the body is removed from the scene before authorities arrive so no one knows where it has gone or if it was alive or dead. This fast moving story takes you inside the mind of a professional soldier, illustrates his love and passion for the woman of his dreams and the unbreakable bond between brothers-in-arms. It demonstrates in graphic detail the horrors of war and its aftermath in true ‘band of brothers' style.