A code that will jam every item of military hardware from Kabul to WashingtonOn 5 September 2007, Israeli jets bombed a suspected nuclear installation in north-eastern Syria. Syrian radar – supposedly state of the art – had failed to warn the target of the incoming assault.A system on the verge of collapseUnknown to anyone but the Israelis and the radar’s manufacturers, the commercial, off-the-shelf microprocessors within it contained a remotely accessible kill switch. A terrorist group who nearly have it in their handsNow British Intelligence has discovered that the same switches are at the heart of every electronic device in the UK and US arsenal. It will take years to replace the components. So they must deactivate the man who controls them instead. And a soldier who wants to go down fightingEx-SAS deniable operator Nick Stone is tasked to find and kill him – but this time he’s not on ‘receive’. For once, his life is under threat for another reason – from within. And now he really is a man with nothing to lose...
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Entertaining as always, even if it's never going to be great literature; Andy McNab delivers exactly what you would expect from him. Something of a guilty pleasure, but pleasing none the less. Read full review