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Hex was an expert hacker and code-breaker and the tiny PC was precious to him. After all, it contained most of his life. He lived in London, but the Net was his real home, and other hackers from the furthest corners of the world were closer to him than his own family. As Hex felt the familiar shape of the palmtop under his hand, his fingers started jumping, tapping imaginary keys. When he was not on assignment with Alpha Force, Hex spent most of his spare time on the Net and now he was suffering withdrawal symptoms.
Hex gave her a level stare, then began quoting word for word from the last website he had visited. ‘“A mine contains extremely explosive material that creates a wall of air and debris that expands outward at almost seven thousand metres per second. Some mines have metal projectiles inside, such as ball-bearings or nails, that puncture soft flesh and shred bones into a fine spray. The shock waves are so strong that many victims find their feet still in their boots, while splinters of their shin bones are blasted deep into the flesh of other victims.
Alex moved around the group, pouring water from the jerry can he had unloaded from one of the trailers. For a moment no-one spoke as they all drank thirstily and then held out their beakers for refills. Travelling at night meant that they had not been faced with the roasting desert sun, or the drying wind that always started up at sunrise. In fact, the night-time temperature had been a reasonable thirty degrees Celsius, but still they were all feeling dehydrated. They were dressed properly for the desert in gandourah and sirwal, and the flowing shirts and baggy trousers gave some protection against water loss through evaporation, but their bodies were still adapting to the arid conditions and at the end of the journey only Khalid had seemed unaffected by thirst.
Alpha Force: Desert Pursuit by Chris Ryan