By Andy McNab
The lovely new mystery from the grasp of the genre.
Nick Stone looks residing his dream, now not a care on the earth as he steers his camper van around the browsing and parachuting centres of Australia, a board at the roof, freefall rig at the back of him, and a stunning younger backpacker at his facet. but if he witnesses on television the bloodbath of kids in a terrorist siege at the different aspect of the area, long-suppressed stories are brought on and Nick reveals himself catapulted once again into operating for the yank mystery providers — purely this time, of his personal loose will.
As occasions spread within the bleak, medieval villages of Azerbajhan, and the teeming streets of recent Istanbul, it isn’t lengthy ahead of Nick discovers the genuine target of the undertaking on which he has embarked. His skills are being misused by way of those that stalk the corridors of strength, and he's decided to make a stand.
Hurtled at breakneck speed via a perilous panorama of greed, violence and ever-shifting allegiances, the reader can be left in without doubt that McNab is the grasp of the style — and Aggressor is McNab at his searing, blockbusting top.
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Aggressor (Nick Stone, Book 8) by Andy McNab