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Publisher's Summary

Brought to you by Penguin.

The pulsating Nick Stone thriller from the best-selling author of Bravo Two Zero.

One man.

When the beautiful 20-year-old daughter of a Moldovan businessman goes missing from her university, British Intelligence are unusually interested in her safe return. They will do anything in their power to track her down.

One mission.

Only one man is skilled and ruthless enough for the job - but for the first time in his life, Nick Stone doesn't want to play ball....

One hell of a listen.

©2010 Andy McNab (P)2020 Penguin Audio

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"A rollercoaster ride." (Guardian)

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LOVE Nick Stone books

Andy McNab’s writing is always a gripping read. And his wry sense of humour makes me literally laugh out loud. He’s a weapon! Paul Thornley is so believable as the character

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  • 18-02-2021

Brilliant again a thrilling Nick Stone story , 10hours of action whilst driving up and down the UK motorways .

When is the next book in the series as I now feel I know Nick stone as I followed his time whilst serving Queen and country and then on the private sector .

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  • mr m towler
  • 14-02-2021

excellent

loved it. from start to finish. would recommend. now for the next. booking the series

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  • "sayitlikeitis"
  • 23-11-2020

detailed descriptions of walking around streets

Boring. Ive read or listened to every Andy McNab book, Im a huge fan. But this was boring, formulaic rubbish about an awful subject (girl sex trafficking). Seemed like most of the book is detailed descriptions of walking or driving around cities, by road, second by second. Felt like filler to get the word count up. Not sure if a ghost writer is being used now but it was so bad im going to give the ultimate threat. Improve or next time I'll consider buying a Chris Ryan book..........

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  • scrappy coco
  • 25-10-2020

so much better unabridged and Paul Thornley...

..narrating. Paul is the voice of Nick Stone, end of. glad I've finally grabbed this version.

story is gritty and A1 Nick Stone
Paul Thornley brings it to life.

Andy McNab. if your out there please, please keep Nick Stone alive and busy. since reading Firewall in 1999 I've been hooked.

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  • 05-08-2020

Great story that twists and turns

Paul Thornley was impeccable as ever and the story was gripping with multiple twists and turns. Not the best book of the series but definitely up there

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  • 11-11-2021

Good but not great

too much time spen on mundane detail which spolit the story, that was at times really interesting.

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  • 18-10-2021

one of the best ones

Good to have Paul Thornley back reading this.
A good story as gritty as always and mostly realistic story line (not sure about DNA targeting).
Did notice that a lot of his attackers started their fights in the same way: "he didn't hesitate..." and "he put his head down and changed...", maybe most fights are similar???
But happy to overlook. Will keep following Nick Stone.

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  • derrie
  • 05-11-2020

Breathtaking

An amazing story with a great twist and lots of turns. Also keeps in with the modern interlagence Services!!! Amazing writer 💙

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