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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He served in B Squadron 22 SAS for ten years and worked on both covert and overt special operations worldwide, including anti-terrorist and anti-drug operations in the Middle and Far East, South and Central America and Northern Ireland. You try to forget and move on; you enrol in Army training, you want to make something of your life. He seems certain to die when insurgent gunmen attack. Semi-retired but restless, Stone finds himself at the centre of an extraordinary encounter which turns his world upside down.
Nick Stone’s car does not erupt in flames. McNab is the author of seven fast action thrillers, highly acclaimed for their authenticity and all Sunday Times bestsellers. They briefly capture Nick as he is helping plant the explosives but he gets away. People who bought this also bought McNab, having been a real special forces soldier himself, injects his books with a level of detail unmatched by other thriller writers.
Brute Force is no different.
But to get close enough to fire the fatal shot, Nick must reveal his face. For one, McNab has become an even better writer.
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.
Ticking like a time-bomb, brimming with terror and foorce, Andy McNab’s latest Nick Stone adventure is a high-voltage story of corruption, cover-up and blistering suspense – the master thriller writer at his electrifying best. flrce
Thanks Dad for giving me this book to read on the plane home. Jan 07, Mevlit Suleyman rated it really liked it.
The writing is clear, clipped and draws in the reader better than any other writing in this genre. Just not really my type of book. A police chase through the city streets is just another rite of passage for Sean Stephen Leather Narrated by: Who wants him dead, and why? It is one of the greatest war books ever. And the vrute he went to bed with last night has left without saying goodbye.
It is comparable with a rollercoster ride – exciting, fun; but most of the route as it happened made very little sense beside it would be exciting and fun. Trivia About Brute Force Nick The Sandpit rewinds with an action-packed rollercoaster gorce his days in the SAS Fans of Mc Nab or terrorist novels must buy this.
This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Apr 15, David Roberts rated it it was amazing. This is Andy McNab’s gripping account of the time he served in the company of a remarkable group of men – from the day, freshly badged, he joined them in the Malayan jungle, to the day, ten years later, that he handed in his sand-coloured beret and started a new life.
Sorry a brutf poor story in my opinion, no umph, no suspense, couldn’t mxnab bothered with the characters. You know he’s been there, he’s done that. Now, he is going to prove that for him, there’s no gray area between killing for a living-and killing to stay alive. Ahdy to Read saving…. Could mcanb live with yourself? When she fails to reappear, Stone begins his quest to find her.
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.
I am definitely going to be reading more of his books.
The job seems simple enough – and he is certainly skilled enough. The enemy is unlike any others either. Dec 30, Willy fkrce it it was amazing.
This is another installment in the Nick Stone series about an ex SAS trooper and the covert jobs he does. When the beautiful twenty-year-old daughter of a Moldovan business man goes missing from her university, BritishIntelligence will do anything in its power to track her down.
Fast paced at the beginning I found the book lagged a bit when they got to Libia and the plot got a bit confusing.
And in a final confrontation that echoes his worst nightmares, only he can stop the unthinkable and save the lives of those he holds most dear. Quotes from Brute Force. Now I will download number 12 ,can’t wait to see where he ends up.
Brute Force (Nick Stone, #11) by Andy McNab
Open Preview See a Problem? The daughter of one of the men Nick killed whilst in the SAS plants a bomb under his car and initiates a series of events that take us from Ireland to Italy to Libya.
But there are forces more lethal than Gentry in the world. All ended well for him mcbab they were singing Christmas carols. Andy, thanks for the autographed copy 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.