Ex-deniable operator Nick Stone is bodyguarding a TV crew on the streets of war-torn Basra. He seems certain to die when insurgent gunmen attack. Only a reporter's swift action saves his life.
When the reporter vanishes within hours, presumed kidnapped, Stone is asked by the Intelligence Service to find him. The trail leads from Iraq to London, Dublin, and Kabul - the brutal city where governments, terrorism and big business collide.Caught in the crossfire, Stone's nightmare is only just beginning - for the hunter has suddenly become the hunter...
©2007 Andy McNab (P)2015 Random House Audiobooks
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"Another non-stop Nick Stone adventure"
This title is classic Nick Stone at its gritty best. Definitely worth the listen, you won't be disappointed.
Perfect narration. Great story; everything you'd want from a McNab. If this is your genre; I couldn't recommended it more.
"One Of The Best"
All Nick Stone books follow a similar format and are very descriptive. This is one of the best of the series.
this book was as good as all of the other books in the nic stone series and would reccommend anyone to read it
"Another good book"
Good solid story line with interesting background information. Not as much action as some in the series but it's definitely an enjoyable read/listen. Very well narrated.
Another amazing book from Andy and, as ever, Paul truly brings every character to life!
this is a great book from start to finish, it really is a Andy Mcnab masterpiece
I loved this book. For me it was the best of the Nick Stone series.
"It doesn't get much better than this"
Another great addition to my favourite Nick Stone series. This time we're off to Afghanistan, where Stone will become embroiled in a vendetta to hunt down the man who murdered his journalist friend.
My favourite part in this book can't be told because it will spoil it for the rest of you. Let's just say someone/people get their comeuppence finally.
This book is gruesome, gritty and tough; just what Dr Mcnab ordered. I loved it, it's definitely up there in my top 5 Nick Stone books.
"Another great McNab story"
Gripping plot, realistic and full of McNaberisms. Just a pity the books are no longer read by Clive Mantle.
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