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The Islamic State of London: Muslim extremists have nuked London. The free first part of the controversial page turner thriller, written cyber analyst Cosmo Clark. (Blue Eyed Infidel Book 1)

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This is volume 1. To get Volume 2 for free, go to www.cosmoclark.com 2031: Muslim jihadis set off a nuclear bomb in London, creating the Islamic State of London. Adam Ali is an accountant who just wants a peaceful life. But, he’s been tricked into being part of the biggest plan the Caliph of London has ever devised … starting with a suicide bomb at This is volume 1. To get Volume 2 for free, go to www.cosmoclark.com 2031: Muslim jihadis set off a nuclear bomb in London, creating the Islamic State of London. Adam Ali is an accountant who just wants a peaceful life. But, he’s been tricked into being part of the biggest plan the Caliph of London has ever devised … starting with a suicide bomb attack on the Queen of England. Kat Clark is a kick-ass journalist and ex-professional fighter. She’s lost in life. But as things fall apart around her, she makes a huge decision that could change the future of the whole country. Blue Eyed Infidel is an amazingly fast-paced, action-packed thriller, satire, and exciting page turner. It’s written by Cosmo Clark, a cyber security analyst who has been in warzones. Blue Eyed Infidel is possibly the most controversial book in print today. But as Cosmo says “first and foremost comes the story. It’s a wild ride, and a lot of fun to read. Try it!" What readers have said “Funny, irreverent and full of twists, turns and gory surprises this is a helluva read. Futuristic flourishes blend well with old folk traditions.” We asked Cosmo a few questions to find out more ... Why did you start writing? I know a lot about warzones, the threat of Islamic Extremism, the tech involved in counter-terrorism and cyber warfare, and related topics. I came up with the idea to turn some of the things I know into fun stories. I started off with a couple of short stories and took it from there. Is it true that in Blue Eyed Infidel, Islamists set off a nuclear bomb in London and declare London as the Islamic State of London? Yes. The inspiration here is 'fake news'. There is so much uncertainty and political extremism in this modern world, I decided to write a book that creates a 'fake future'.  It's controversial, but it's just as legitimate a topic for a book as right-wing extremism was, when 1984, Handmaid's Tale and Clockwork Orange were written. It's a tough topic, but first and foremost it's a cracking story, with some amazing characters, a couple of seriously kick-ass female characters and a huge twist. It’s a love story, a satire, a bit of a sci-fi, a gripping thriller. It’s just as much about motivations, hopes and fears of people put in a difficult position and how they come to terms with changing emotions as it is about the future of this country. How would you categorize your books?  Thrillers?  Satires? For me the important thing is they are high quality. More like literature than cheap pot-boilers. The key thing is that they move quickly. I get bored easily, so I make sure my books are always exciting and fast-moving. If I were to invent a term I would call my books 'fake news thrillers'. What writers inspire you? Chuck Palahniuk, James Patterson, Vince Flynn, Tom Wolfe, Stephen King, and of course classics like George Orwell and Algernon Blackwood. If you like these guys ... try me too.


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This is volume 1. To get Volume 2 for free, go to www.cosmoclark.com 2031: Muslim jihadis set off a nuclear bomb in London, creating the Islamic State of London. Adam Ali is an accountant who just wants a peaceful life. But, he’s been tricked into being part of the biggest plan the Caliph of London has ever devised … starting with a suicide bomb at This is volume 1. To get Volume 2 for free, go to www.cosmoclark.com 2031: Muslim jihadis set off a nuclear bomb in London, creating the Islamic State of London. Adam Ali is an accountant who just wants a peaceful life. But, he’s been tricked into being part of the biggest plan the Caliph of London has ever devised … starting with a suicide bomb attack on the Queen of England. Kat Clark is a kick-ass journalist and ex-professional fighter. She’s lost in life. But as things fall apart around her, she makes a huge decision that could change the future of the whole country. Blue Eyed Infidel is an amazingly fast-paced, action-packed thriller, satire, and exciting page turner. It’s written by Cosmo Clark, a cyber security analyst who has been in warzones. Blue Eyed Infidel is possibly the most controversial book in print today. But as Cosmo says “first and foremost comes the story. It’s a wild ride, and a lot of fun to read. Try it!" What readers have said “Funny, irreverent and full of twists, turns and gory surprises this is a helluva read. Futuristic flourishes blend well with old folk traditions.” We asked Cosmo a few questions to find out more ... Why did you start writing? I know a lot about warzones, the threat of Islamic Extremism, the tech involved in counter-terrorism and cyber warfare, and related topics. I came up with the idea to turn some of the things I know into fun stories. I started off with a couple of short stories and took it from there. Is it true that in Blue Eyed Infidel, Islamists set off a nuclear bomb in London and declare London as the Islamic State of London? Yes. The inspiration here is 'fake news'. There is so much uncertainty and political extremism in this modern world, I decided to write a book that creates a 'fake future'.  It's controversial, but it's just as legitimate a topic for a book as right-wing extremism was, when 1984, Handmaid's Tale and Clockwork Orange were written. It's a tough topic, but first and foremost it's a cracking story, with some amazing characters, a couple of seriously kick-ass female characters and a huge twist. It’s a love story, a satire, a bit of a sci-fi, a gripping thriller. It’s just as much about motivations, hopes and fears of people put in a difficult position and how they come to terms with changing emotions as it is about the future of this country. How would you categorize your books?  Thrillers?  Satires? For me the important thing is they are high quality. More like literature than cheap pot-boilers. The key thing is that they move quickly. I get bored easily, so I make sure my books are always exciting and fast-moving. If I were to invent a term I would call my books 'fake news thrillers'. What writers inspire you? Chuck Palahniuk, James Patterson, Vince Flynn, Tom Wolfe, Stephen King, and of course classics like George Orwell and Algernon Blackwood. If you like these guys ... try me too.

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