Remote control

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Corgi Books, Jan 10, 1998 - Fiction - 506 pages
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Nick Stone Left The Special Air Service In 1988, Soon After Being Involved In The Shooting Of Three Ira Terrorists In Gibraltar. Now Working For British Intelligence On Deniable Operations, He Discovers The Seemingly Senseless Murders Of Fellow Sas Soldier Kev Brown And His Family In Washington, Dc. Only Kelly, Seven Years Old, Has Survived - And Immediately The Two Of Them Are On The Run From Unidentified Pursuers. Stone Doesn T Even Know Which Of Them Is The Target.Stone Is A Master Of His Trade, Resourceful And Ruthless. On His Own, He Would Stand A Chance Of Escape. But, Needing To Protect The Girl, He Is Hamstrung As Together They Are Plunged Into A Dark World Of Violence And Corruption In Which Friend Cannot Be Told From Foe.As The Blistering Narrative Drives To Its Blazing And Unexpected Climax, Stone Discovers The Shocking Truth About Governments, Terrorism And Commerce - And The Greed That Binds The Three Together.Remote Control Is A New Kind Of Thriller, Gritty, Vivid And Menacing, With A Pace That Never Lets Up. Other Thriller Writers Talk The Talk. Only Mcnab Has Walked The Walk.

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User Review  - Neilsantos - LibraryThing

WWAMD You know those little bracelets the Jesus freaks wear, "What Would Jesus Do?" Well, I want "What Would Andy Mcnab Do?" Who the heck is Andy Mcnab? Google him, it's rather interesting to see ... Read full review

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Quite good.Iloved reading of narrow escapes=] Read full review


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A former member of the crack elite force the Special Air Service (SAS), Andy McNab was involved in both covert & overt special operations on five continents, including joint ops with Delta Force, the FBI's HRT & the DEA. McNab was the British Army's most highly decorated serving soldier when he left in 1993. After the non-fiction books based on his SAS experiences, "Bravo Two Zero" (1993) & "Immediate Action" (1995), McNab turned to fiction with "Remote Control" (1997) & "Crisis Four" (1999). He lectures to security agencies & remains closely involved with the intelligence communities on both sides of the Atlantic.

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