Hellfire mission sees Chris Ryan on his way to Spirella for Letchworth rendezvous on Monday

PUBLISHED: 20:40 04 September 2015

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SAS hero turned bestselling thriller writer Chris Ryan will be manoeuvring towards Letchworth on Monday – but this time he’s not working under cover.

Chris will be at the Spirella Ballroom from 7.30pm signing copies of his latest book Hellfire, and talking about his life as a soldier and an author.

Chris, who saw action behind enemy lines in the First Gulf War in the 1990s before turning to writing and selling four million books, has set his latest Danny Black yarn in Africa, with a ‘ripped from the headlines’ storyline involving Islamic militants.

Tickets are £5 and can be deducted from the cost of the hardback book (£18.99) if purchased on the evening. They are available from David’s Bookshop in the town or chrisryan.eventbrite.com.

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