Editorial Reviews. Review. “Action and adventure at its explosive best.” — Belfast Telegraph Brute Force: (Nick Stone Thriller 11) by [McNab, Andy]. Another addictive corker from McNab” – Belfast Telegraph (UK) “Andy McNab in customary bone-crunching form” – The Good Book Guide About Andy McNab. Brute Force (Nick Stone, book 11) by Andy McNab – book cover, description, publication history.

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This part, incidentally, is fascinating. But a brutal event behind bars convinces him to take charge and turn his life around. Stone used be in the UK special forces but is now retired.

McNab’s fiction draws extensively on his experiences and knowledge of Special Forces soldiering. Return to Book Page. It is a real page turner and ended too quickly for me. Ahdy could take any concept, and tell it in such a way that any laymen could follow and understand.

Brute Force

Apr brutee, David Roberts rated it it was amazing. So, first, this correction. McNab, having been a real special forces soldier himself, inj I really like the Nick Stone books. Nick Stone’s eleventh adventure is McNab at his explosive best.

After a fierce fire fight, they are forced into evasive action. I was gripped from page one. Now he must put his street skills to the ultimate test – as a soldier in the British army. Four men are captured.

Brute Force (Nick Stone, #11) by Andy McNab

But what starts as a training mission in The Sandpit rapidly turns into a life or death struggle with Shepherd and his team very much in the firing line. Detonator Mcnaab Stone, Book 17 Written by: In exchange for his own safety – a life for a life – Stone is charged with locating someone who doesn’t want to be found, currently hiding out in the one of the remotest corners of the UK.


McNab is the author of seven fast action thrillers, highly acclaimed for their authenticity and all Sunday Times bestsellers.

It’s quite violent so you would probably not want children reading it. Thanks Dad for giving me this book to read on the plane home. Who wants him dead, and why? It’s the dirtiest job in a very, mcanb dirty world. Infiltrate the hostile, violent republic of Algeria, kill a money-laundering businessman, mcnah bring back his severed head.

It’s so easy to read, meaning you sweep right through the pages, gripped by the story line and the dark humor.

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They briefly capture Nick as he is helping plant the explosives but he gets away. Well, it’s not often that I read the summary for a book and find that the PR guy who wrote the summary didn’t actually read the book. An off-duty SAS soldier is hiding somewhere inside the train. Jun 23, Helen rated it liked it.

Nick Stone is back in London, but if he thought he was home for a break, he’s very, very wrong. He seems certain to die when insurgent torce attack. In he was badged as a member of 22 SAS Regiment.

That was in Open Preview See a Problem? As a delinquent youth he kicked against society. Rbute Two Zero is the highest selling war book of all time and has sold over 1. May 10, Richard Howard rated it really liked it. Sorry a very poor story in my opinion, no umph, no suspense, couldn’t be bothered with the characters. And in a final confrontation that echoes his worst nightmares, only he can stop the unthinkable and save the lives of those he holds most dear.



Jamie has a new mission. Then the main character was to much of a good guy for me.

And in a final confrontation that echoes his worst nightmares, only he can stop the unthinkable and save the lives of those he holds most dear. I highly recommend this book for anyone interested in getting into the thriller genre, because you’ll never leave it.

Andy McNab joined the infantry in as a boy soldier. The first book I have read of Andy McNab’s and I must say that it is action packed as well as telling the story well, giving good background on the characters especially as it is the 11th in the series. One man stands in their way. If Nick Stone wasn’t so desperate for his American citizenship, he probably wouldn’t have agreed to do this one last job with the CIA.

Now they can strike. Dan Shepherd and his SAS team are sent into the badlands of Afghanistan to train the rebels who are battling Taliban fanatics.