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eBook Dead Centre: (Nick Stone Thriller 14) epub
  • ISBN: 0552161403
  • Author: Andy McNab
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: Genre Fiction
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Corgi Books (2001)
  • ePUB size: 1529 kb
  • FB2 size 1260 kb
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Zero Hour (Nick Stone Book 13): Andy McNab's best-selling series of Nick Stone thrillers - no. y Andy McNab . After a few weaker books, Dead Centre (and Zero Hour right before it) are solid episodes in the Nick Stone saga.

After a few weaker books, Dead Centre (and Zero Hour right before it) are solid episodes in the Nick Stone saga. Mcnab usually takes us to hot-spots around the world, and this time we spend time in Somalia. He does a great job of capturing the gritty, dusty feel of the place, and tells the story of the people, as usual, through an individual that Stone comes to like and trust.

The new Nick Stone thriller from the bestselling author of Bravo Two Zero. Andy McNab has been there, seen it, done it. No other thriller writer can take you so close to the action. Extraordinary' The Times. Somalia - a lawless, violent land, ignored by the West, ripped apart by civil war and famine, fought over by drug-fuelled, gun-crazy clan fighters. They want the world to sit up and take notice. They have a new and terrifying weapon - pirates. And now, the pirates have in their possession the young son of a Russian oligarch, snatched from a luxury yacht in the Seychelles.

If you’ve never read a book like his 14th Nick Stone thriller, then the testosterone heat coming off the pages will stun you.

Stone is a deceptively complex action hero who does as good a job as many a newspaper columnist in guiding us through the new global politics - Mail on Sunday (UK). From the day he was found abandoned in a carrier bag on the steps of Guy’s Hospital, Andy McNab has led an extraordinary life. As a teenage delinquent, he kicked against society. As a young soldier he waged war against the IRA in the streets and fields of South Armagh.

Silencer: (Nick Stone Thriller 15) by Andy McNab (Paperback, 2014). He has also written a number of books for children. Crossfire: (Nick Stone Thriller 10) by Andy McNab (Paperback, 2011). Detonator: (Nick Stone Thriller 17) by Andy McNab (Paperback, 2016). Besides his writing work, he lectures to security and intelligence agencies in both the USA and UK, works in the film industry advising Hollywood on everything from covert procedure to training civilian actors to act like soldiers.

Here in DEAD CENTRE, Andy McNab’s ex-SAS squaddie Nick Stone takes on the task for a Russian oligarch of rescuing . This book is well along in the Nick Stone Series (number 14) so the author must have a following of some form

Here in DEAD CENTRE, Andy McNab’s ex-SAS squaddie Nick Stone takes on the task for a Russian oligarch of rescuing his first-born son and the boy’s mother abducted from a private yacht by Somali pirates. If that’s not a big enough challenge, it then gets complicated. This book is well along in the Nick Stone Series (number 14) so the author must have a following of some form. The reader is subjected to a morass of acronyms, references by initials only, military service jargon and slang, ethnic slants and foreign phrases, all devoid of explanation.

The Nick Stone Missions are a series of action thriller novels written by author Andy McNab, based on his own experiences in the SAS. The first book in the series. The first book in the series, Remote Control was published in February 1998 by Transworld Publishers under their Corgi imprint. The series follows the character of Nick Stone, an ex-military man who previously worked for the SAS, British Intelligence, and an American agency.

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Comments: (7)
Micelhorav
Once again Mcnab has written weapons novel or story which ever you wish to call it, which is full of so much detail and description both weapon technical detail and a true insight into the relevance and thinking of terrorist organisation and groups in this case mostly but not limited to Somali pirates. From thee beach side hovels of Somalia where you get an insight to the lifestyle of the various interwoven terrorist groups and the extreme poverty and life they live and have adapted to. One has to wonder if all of the observations are personal. From this to the high end manipulators living the life of luxury in Russia and elsewhere.

Although I have noted it before in several novels the method of money transfer between remote groups or individuals outwith of normal banking system in this novel it is well explained. It also explains the intricasies of money transfer both within the money transfer situation but more so in the actual hostage handover situation. In this novel there is a real comedy at the end of the handover situation.

What I like about this novel is the detail in almost every aspect of the story it really adds to the enjoyment and also knowledge.

In addition to my overall enjoyment of the story I have to say although the story was complete in every aspect some authors would have made three books from this one story.

I will now have to revisit the other MCab novels I have read to see if I have missed any as this was a fast mover and enthralling and with current piracy activity, enlightening.
Anarawield
Mcnab and Nick Stone are in fine form. After a few weaker books, Dead Centre (and Zero Hour right before it) are solid episodes in the Nick Stone saga.

Mcnab usually takes us to hot-spots around the world, and this time we spend time in Somalia. He does a great job of capturing the gritty, dusty feel of the place, and tells the story of the people, as usual, through an individual that Stone comes to like and trust.

The first person writing is brisk, there's some good combat, though Stone doesn't get beat up as badly as usual. There's also a twist at the very end. Wait for it!

Highly recommended.
Mr Freeman
In my opinion, it was an okay storyline. I thought the book dragged on though. Warning: there is an excessive amount of swearing, but that's how real soldiers talk. Just a comment if you are against swearing or find it too be annoying. If you are okay with it, you'll probably think this is an okay/decent book as far as war/action books go.
Water
You don't buy these books for the quality of the writing but the stories are insanely good. You can't help but think that despite the books being fiction the writer has been there and lived it, the detail in which he explains the situation and the quite non-fictional facts you pick up through reading this book it amazing.
Moonworm
Pretty standard stuff for this series.
McNab has this character down pat by now.
Enjoyable. Buy if you like military shoot-em-ups.
Aedem
What can I say, I look forward to all the Nick Stone books. Andy McNab does it again; he is one of the best action authors out there...and no wonder. Thanks Andy.
Berkohi
Entertaining along the lines of previous Nick Stone stories. Slightly predictable thoughand this is why I withheld the 5th star
I have read all but one of Andy Mcnab's books and this is the most recent one. If I have to rank his works this one should almost be at the bottom of the list, very disappointing, to say the least, because I always like his books. Intrigue and suspense, this has very little. The original Black Hawk Down has more gun play than this one and certainly is no match for his other novel Recoil, which I like the best. There are also some inconsistencies and details that McNab did not elaborate on. Personally I think McNab is running out of new ideas and his involvement in other different series of stories probably spells the approaching twilight of the Nick Stone series.
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