Brute Force - Andy McNab (Audio CD) Reviews
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by - written on 29/10/11 (Very useful, 63 readings)
Brute Force by Andy McNab == Plot == This is the eleventh book in the Nick Stone series. Nick is an ex-SAS soldier. He used to work for the security services when he left but now he does his own thing. Like always, the novel starts off with a mission from Nick's past. This time he's in Tripoli, Libya in 1987. He is sent to kill one of the Provisional IRA's top bomb makers and he also helps capture a shipload of weapons on their way to Ireland courtesy of Kernel Gaddafi. It then switches to the present, (2007) as Nick visits the Republic of Ireland for Christmas. He is taking Tallulah and her 8 year old child, Ruby along with ... Read the complete review
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