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Aggressor - Andy McNab

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Author: Andy McNab / Genre: Crime / Thriller

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      02.02.2006 23:43
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      a brilliant read

      Aggressor is Andy McNab back at his best. This action filled novel follows retired special agent Nick Stone's return to duty as he begins to work for the US Government again after a series of terrorist atrocities across the globe,

      This book is full of twists and turns and you never know who to trust. Nick discovers that he isn't being given all of the information and that the powers that be may just be using him. This book moves at break neck pace and is a very rewarding read.

      If you are a fan of Andy McNabs other work then you wont need any prompting to add this book to your personal library.

      If you have never read any of his work before this is as good a book as any to start with and I guarantee you will soon be reading all of his other work as well. Recommended

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      Ex-deniable operator, Nick Stone seems to be living his dream, not a care in the world as he steers his camper van round the surfing and parachuting centres of Australia, a board on the roof, freefall rig behind him, and a beautiful young backpacker at his side. But when he witnesses on TV the massacre of children in a terrorist siege the other side of the world, long-suppressed memories are triggered and Nick finds himself catapulted once more into working for the American secret services - only this time, of his own free will. As events unfold in the bleak, medieval villages of Azerbajhan and teeming streets of modern Istanbul, it isn't long before Nick discovers the true objective of the mission on which he has embarked. His talents are being misused by those who stalk the corridors of power...and he is determined to make a stand. Hurtled at breakneck pace through a deadly landscape of greed, violence and ever-shifting allegiances, the reader will be left in no doubt that McNab is the master of the genre - and Aggressor is McNab at his searing, blockbusting best.