Firewall

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Corgi, 2001 - British - 571 pages
16 Reviews
Nick Stone is offered enough money to mean he won't have to work again. The work involves recovering stolen sensitive military secrets from Russian organised crime. In Finland Stone discovers that he's a pawn in a much bigger game than he had imagined.

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Review: Firewall (Nick Stone #3)

User Review  - Nicki - Goodreads

Nah, way too descriptive and turned out to not be my cuppa tea. I did finish it, but towards the end it was more of a skim to get it all finished. It did not end too badly but took a long time to get ... Read full review

Review: Firewall (Nick Stone #3)

User Review  - Gary Dolman - Goodreads

Not my usual fare but this book was given to me as a gift. A literary masterpiece it is not but it was gritty and authentic and held my attention to the end. Clearly written by someone who had lived in the world portrayed. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
9
Section 2
80
Section 3
146
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About the author (2001)

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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