By Andy McNab
The new Nick Stone mystery from the bestselling writer of Bravo Zero.
January 2005: Nick Stone is in tsunami hit Banda Aceh on a role to retrieve incriminating proof of an oil deal. while looters arrive a struggle breaks out and a guy, Mong, is killed. Nick makes a promise to his useless buddy to guard his widow, Tracey.
March 2011: Nick is in Moscow filling his days at a personal gun diversity whilst he's lifted via heavies and brought to fulfill an oligarch. The oligarch wishes Nick to trace down his abducted spouse and son. It transpires that the oligarch has married Tracey and so Nick is given the chance to fulfil his promise to Mong. Nick follows the path from Mogadishu to Nairobi, from Courchevelski to Bristol, on a challenge to resolve this advanced and explosive plot. He finally tracks down Tracey and her son and leads a rescue challenge, all weapons blazing, merely to discover that Tracey is lifeless and the boy is missing.
There's just one guy the boy should be with, and one position, which simply Nick knows... Nick is going after him, and he has vengeance to wreak.
From the alternate Paperback edition.
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