Editorial Reviews. Review. “Action and adventure at its explosive best.” — Belfast Telegraph Brute Force: (Nick Stone Thriller 11) by [McNab, Andy]. Another addictive corker from McNab” – Belfast Telegraph (UK) “Andy McNab in customary bone-crunching form” – The Good Book Guide About Andy McNab. Brute Force (Nick Stone, book 11) by Andy McNab – book cover, description, publication history.
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Brute Force (Nick Stone, #11) by Andy McNab
As the body count increases, Stone becomes one of Europe’s most wanted. Stone’s only chance of survival is to carry the fight to his attackers – but first he must uncover a trail of clues that leads from his own dark and complex past into Days after his car erupts in a ball of flame, Nick Stone narrowly cheats death a second time when a gunman opens fire on him from the back of a motorcycle.
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This is another installment in the Nick Stone series about an ex SAS trooper and the foce jobs he does. Lists with This Book.
No trivia or quizzes yet. In Northern Ireland he spent two years working as an undercover operator with 14th Intelligence Group, going on to become an instructor.
The training is tough and it almost breaks you. But to get close enough to fire the fatal shot, Nick must reveal his face. It presents Reacher for the first time, as the tough ex-military cop of no fixed abode: Jan 23, Kegan rated it it was amazing Shelves: The New Recruit By: In Washington, DC, it’s about to get dirtier still. To date it has been published in 17 countries and translated into 16 languages.
Mcnzb date, Immediate Action has now sold over 1. Good story and easy to follow all the way through.
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And Nick Stone – ex-SAS, tough, resourceful, mchab, highly trained – is next on the killer’s list Plot twists left, right and center, and the casual nonchalant attitude of Nick makes it so hard to put this book down without dreaming or thinking about it for days to come.
Once again Andy McNab writes a great book.
Overseeing the soldiers is John Porter: In his most daunting mission yet, Nick Stone must find a man who shared that past and who may know more about the present threat than he is prepared to reveal. Nick StoneBook 11 Length: Only a reporter’s forve action saves his life.
So, first, this correction. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Published November 7th by Bantam Press first published People who bought this also bought For one, McNab has become an even better writer. It prevented the common fall out of a writer pouring out their accumulated life talent onto the first two books and end up writing the same thing once every year for the next two decades.
Mark Greaney Narrated by: Reviewing I guess this was a good book but I didn’t care for it. McNab, who clearly knows people like this, makes him an introspective killer, telling us how he gets through these operations, trying to preserve his humanity, forlornly wishing he had some kind of a family.
Mar 20, Brian Miller added it. Fans of Mc Nab or terrorist novels must buy this.
Jan 01, Khezu Khez rated it really liked it. A high-level internecine conflict at the dark heart of the resurgent Russian Empire and an assassin’s bullet on an isolated Alpine pass propel him from an apparently run-of-the-mill close-protection task into his most brutal and challenging mission yet. He has been officially registered by Neilsen Bookscan as the bestselling British thriller writer of the last year. Mcnzb operator Nick Stone has spent a lifetime in harm’s way – but when someone he cares for very deeply is murdered in cold adny, he can no longer just take the pain.
Some of the earlier books were more difficult to read. Just not really my type of book. Among that, the taste of the series altered. The story tells us that the peace process in Ireland was brought about by deliberate sabotage from within the IRA with several failed smuggling runs to kill some of the die-hards and the Enniskillen bombing to loose any support from the public.