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Nick Stone - deniable operator for British Intelligence - has been assigned to carry out an officially sanctioned assassination. When he realizes who the target is, he refuses. But he is then given a chilling ultimatum: fly to Central America and finish the job, or the 11-year-old orphan in his care will get killed.

Stone arrives in sweltering Panama close to breaking point. His life is in pieces, but things only get worse when he finds himself caught at the centre of a lethal conspiracy involving Columbian guerrillas. Hundreds of innocent lives are at stake.

Their only chance of rescue is Stone. But he has a critically injured friend to rescue, miles of dense rainforest to navigate and the toughest decision of his life to make....

©2001 Andy McNab (P)2014 Random House Audiobooks

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Getting the hang of Andy’s style.

Nick Stone is no Danny Black (Chris Ryan’s similar character). Stone is more ‘real’ and Andy goes to lengths to explain every detail leading up to a mission, this makes parts of the books slow. I’m getting used to and starting to like the style. Paul Thornley plays the perfect Nick Stone. I’ll be continuing the series for sure.

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