Last Light

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Pocket Books, 2003 - Fiction - 464 pages
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Former SAS commando Andy McNab returns in electrifying form with his newest international bestselling novel

Last Light

Top-secret operative Nick Stone has just aborted a sanctioned assassination attempt at the Houses of Parliament -- and now he's in a world of trouble. His bosses have handed him an ultimatum: fly to Panama and finish the contract -- or Kelly, the young orphan in his guardianship, will die.

With no way out, Stone travels to the sweltering jungles of Central America, landing up to his neck in high-stakes action as he closes in on the key players in a global conspiracy of death involving Colombian guerrillas, the U.S. government, and Chinese corporate powers. With countless lives hanging in the balance, and time running short, Stone is forced to make the toughest decision of all: "Who lives, and who dies?"

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

By an ex-commando about an ex-commando, the fourth persuasive entry (Firewall, 2001, etc.) in the secret agent Nick Stone series.That Nick Stone is McNab in disguise is a conclusion difficult to avoid ... Read full review

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Andy McNab is a former member of the British SAS, one of the world's toughest and most respected elite special-forces commando units. Involved in covert and overt operations on five continents, McNab worked alongside Delta Force, the FBI, and the DEA. When he left the regiment in 1993, he was the most highly decorated serving soldier in the British Army. He is now a sought-after lecturer on security and remains closely tied to the intelligence communities on both sides of the Atlantic.

McNab is the bestselling author of Liberation Day, Firewall, Crisis Four, and Remote Control, all featuring Nick Stone, as well as two nonfiction books based on his SAS experiences. Due to the extremely sensitive nature of his work with the SAS, Andy McNab is the only author who has to submit his fiction to the British Ministry of Defense for review, and he is still wanted by a number of the world's terrorist organizations. He is therefore forbidden to reveal either his face or his current location.

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