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If Nick Stone wasn't so desperate for his American citizenship, he probably wouldn't have agreed to do this one last job with the CIA. But Carrie is over there and he simply can't refuse the chance of a new life with the woman he loves.

The job seems simple enough - and he is certainly skilled enough. Infiltrate the hostile, violent republic of Algeria, kill a money-laundering businessman, and bring back his severed head.

Stone knows there are some questions you don't ask, but as events spin out of control he realizes there is vital information he hasn't been told. Lurking beneath the glamorous exterior of the south of France is a dirty drugs war - and Stone is thrown into the middle of it. And there he is faced with his toughest dilemma yet...

©2002 Andy McNab (P)2014 Random House Audiobooks

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  • J. Bergstrom
  • 11-05-15

One of the best in the series and a great listen

First time listened to an Andy Mcnab novel instead of reading it, and really enjoyed both the story and the performance

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  • wayne
  • 28-09-16

gripping

great story, keeps you engrossed all the way through. good central characters a good read

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  • John
  • 05-09-16

Another great book.

Although I found this one hard to get in to once there it's was gripping.

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  • Gareth
  • 03-05-16

Another cracker from Andy McNab/Paul Thornley

as ever, fantastic peice and f work from them both, edge of seat stuff c

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  • Roland
  • 26-08-15

Top Audiobook

Of the 8 Nick Stone books which I've listened to so far, this is my favourite.

Andy McNab and Paul Thornley are a brilliant team.

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  • Sean
  • 19-07-15

Good listen. Believable story line.

enjoyed the 1st half more than 2nd. good all the same. good characters and plot line.

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  • Chris Atkey
  • 14-07-15

Why

Good yarn but why does Nick stone fail all the time? Every mission has a twist and no mission actually goes to plan. Suppose this is why there is a story😁

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  • Mikey
  • 16-10-14

Brutal. This will have you gripped.

Any additional comments?

As ever, Mcnab has a flair for action packed storytelling. There are parts of this book that are totally brutal and shocking. Mcnab knows just how to capture the dark side of humankind.

The only thing that stopped me from awarding a five star rating was the mission, the radio dialogue was a bit prolonged, and a bit tedious at times. Other than that another this super addition to the amazing Nick Stone series by the legendary Andy Mcnab.

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  • andyfrog
  • 13-03-21

you cannot beat the nick stone series of books

as I say you cannot beat these books for drama and action.

I would say that the narration is fantastic too.I couldn't listen to a nick stone book with a different narrator.

His portrayal of nick stone and indeed the other characters are top notch...When the book ends you can't wait to get stuck into the next book to carry on the stone saga.

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  • Briefcasewanker
  • 13-02-21

Another good read.

For some reason I really enjoy the voice procedure in this one *click click*. Well worth the build up.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 11-12-20

Click click* not his best book..

I'm slowly working my way through the Nick stone series and I have to say this has been my least favourite so far... Click click.

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  • Pat Ryan
  • 12-02-21

Not as good as earlier books in the series

I thought that far too much time was wasted in padding the story and too little in pursuing the plot. McNab usually does this to an extent but this time it was so overdone it became annoying and I wanted him to get on with the story.

It has not turned me off however and I will try the next book to see how that is. Better I hope!

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  • Jo
  • 18-01-20

Really enjoying this series

The "click click" thing that others have written about did not annoy me - which surprised me because I'm usually easily irritated about that stuff. I was already two chapters into the book before I clicked (see what I did there?) that it was even happening. So don't let it put you off purchasing. It's another ripping tale and this time there's two really likeable characters and a bit of humour, which was great!!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 14-09-19

Click click!

I won’t be as harsh as the other reviewers, but do agree that the constant ‘click click’ didn’t work in an audiobook. A large portion of this book is Nick in constant two way radio communication. The non verbal acknowledgment ‘click click’ on the radio was constant and grating throughout.

It was actually a pretty good story with a great ending. Typically Andy McNab, very slow build up and probably a little too much attention to detail. I am hooked though and will continue on with the series.

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  • Jay
  • 01-06-19

A little boring.

Paul Thornley is a great narrator, especially going by the Dan Shepard saga.
I've enjoyed the Nick Stone series so far but this one wasn't up to par.
It was just......lacking.
Too much of "click, click" if I hadn't paid for it I would have shut it down.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 20-04-19

Boring

Just boring, too much using the words click click. Waste of time. Waste of money and time