Spotlight: The Primary Objective by Martin Venning


For some, the primary objective is to stop a conflict, for others, the primary objective is to exercise power, but for most, the primary objective is to make money.

Peace International is a New York based global reconciliation and mediation charity that seeks to prevent wars, regional disputes and rebuild civil societies. When a tip comes in thatIran is building a chemical and biological weapons research and production centre, it soon becomes clear that where they’re considering building – close to the border with Azerbaijan- could destabilise the Gulf region and beyond.

Selecting a small team of volunteers, they form a task force to collect evidence, entering through a dangerous semi-lawless area in southern Azerbaijan. What they discover is a farmore complicated web of challenges than a weapons facility. For PI Operations Director, Edwin Wilson, the mission is his most perilous yet, threatening the lives of his team and theinternational reputation of his organisation. But for two Iranian men, Fawaz and Jamshid, the stakes are even higher.

Driven by contrasting personal circumstances and life chances, they face difficult choices as they seek different paths to prosperity in a controlling, repressive society that takes noprisoners…alive.
One of my objectives on the blog is to highlight new books coming out that might slip under the radar and help promote authors that don’t get the attention of the mainstream press. So, over the next week, I am going to be shining the blog spotlight on a few of the new titles from Matador that have been published recently.
First up we have The Primary Objective by Martin Venning, which is a geo-political thriller featuring a detailed and rewarding plot for those who enjoy a complex and well-researched story.
The Primary Objective is out now in ebook and paperback formats, and you can buy a copy here.
About the Author

Martin Venning is a project communications and strategic investment adviser working in the property and construction sector with 20 years’ experience engaging with businesses in the UK, continental Europe and Asia. He trained as a journalist as part of his undergraduate studies and writes for pleasure.

Connect with Martin:


Twitter: @MartinVenning_

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