Exit Wound - Andy McNab (Audio CD) Reviews
Description:ISBN 9781407467146 / Genre: Crime/thriller / author: Andy McNabb / Narrator: Paul Thornley
Newest Review: ... and Nick has to find out who double crossed them . . . == My thoughts == This starts off as a heist novel but then part ... more
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by - written on 02/11/11, updated on 02/11/11 (Very useful, 67 readings)
Exit Wound by Andy McNab == Plot == This is the twelfth book in the Nick Stone series. Nick Stone used to be an ex-SAS soldier and then moved onto doing jobs for the intelligence services that no one else wanted to do. He now does his own thing. The novel starts off in 1988, with Nick and a few of his SAS buddies going into East Germany to contact a KGB agent. It then switches back to 2009. Nick meets up with the same SAS buddies he did the 1988 mission with. They meet up at a funeral of one of them. Two of them tell him about some gold Sudam Husain has left hidden in Dubai that no one knows about. They ask him to ... Read the complete review
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