Fighting for Queen and Country
By Nigel Ely
Spud Ely’s SAS career has pitched him into some of the most deadly, high-octane, violent battles ever fought.
Ranging from occupations in the Parachute Regiment and the SAS to serving as a Military Consultant and as a War Photojournalist, much of the combat Ely saw was so brutal that it produced terrible and enduring psychological scars for his comrades on the front line.
Here he has collected shocking testimonials from his fellow SAS operatives to paint the first accurate, controversial picture of what really happened during those bloody operations.
Written with incredible pace in a gritty, no-nonsense style, Fighting for Queen and Country is an authentic depiction of some of the most ferocious battles in modern British military history.