[ Reading ] ➹ Remote Control Author Andy McNab – Writerscompany.co.uk

Remote Control Tough, Resourceful, Ruthless As An SAS Trooper, Nick Stone Was One Of The Best Now He S Back On The Streets After A Botched Mission, The Regiment No Longer Want His Services But British Intelligence Does As A Deniable Operator It S The Dirtiest Job In A Very, Very Dirty WorldIn Washington DC, It S About To Get Dirtier Still On The Apparently Routine Tail Of Two Terrorists, He Discovers The Bodies Of An Ex SAS Officer And His Family Soon He S On The Run With The Lone Survivor Of The Bloodbath A Seven Year Old Girl And Whilst She Can Identify The Killers, Only Stone Can Keep Them At Bay And Solve A Mystery Whose Genesis Takes Him Back To The Most Notorious SAS Mission In Recent HistoryRemote Control Is The First Of Andy McNab S Blistering Nick Stone Thrillers Bestsellers Whose Landscape Is So Compellingly Close To The Truth That They Had To Be Vetted By The Ministry Of Defence, And Could Only Be Published As Fiction

About the Author: Andy McNab

Andy McNab joined the infantry in 1976 as a boy soldier In 1984 he was badged as a member of 22 SAS Regiment He served in B Squadron 22 SAS for ten years and worked on both covert and overt special operations worldwide, including anti terrorist and anti drug operations in the Middle and Far East, South and Central America and Northern Ireland.Trained as a specialist in counter terrorism, prime target elimination, demolitions, weapons and tactics, covert surveillance and information gathering in hostile environments, and VIP protection, McNab worked on cooperative operations with police forces, prison services, anti drug forces and western backed guerrilla movements as well as on conventional special operations In Northern Ireland he spent two years working as an undercover operator with 14th Intelligence Group, going on to become an instructor.McNab also worked as an instructor on the SAS selection and training team and instructed foreign special forces in counter terrorism, hostage rescue and survival training.Andy McNab has written about his experiences in the SAS in two bestselling books, Bravo Two Zero 1993 and Immediate Action 1995 Bravo Two Zero is the highest selling war book of all time and has sold over 1.7 million copies in the UK To date it has been published in 17 countries and translated into 16 languages The CD spoken word version of Bravo Two Zero, narrated by McNab, sold over 60,000 copies and earned a silver disc The BBC s film of Bravo Two Zero, starring Sean Bean, was shown on primetime BBC 1 television in 1999 and released on DVD in 2000.Immediate Action, McNab s autobiography, spent 18 weeks at the top of the bestseller lists following the lifting on an ex parte injunction granted to the Ministry of Defence in September 1995 To date, Immediate Action has now sold over 1.4 million copies in the UK.McNab is the author of seven fast action thrillers, highly acclaimed for their authenticity and all Sunday Times bestsellers Published in 1997, Remote Control was hailed as the most authentic thriller ever written and has sold over half a million copies in the UK McNab s subsequent thrillers, Crisis Four, Firewall, Last Light , Liberation Day , Dark Winter , Deep Black and Aggressor have all gone on to sell equally well The central character in all the books is Nick Stone, a tough ex SAS operative working as a K on deniable operations for British Intelligence.McNab s fiction draws extensively on his experiences and knowledge of Special Forces soldiering He has been officially registered by Neilsen Bookscan as the bestselling British thriller writer of the last year.

10 thoughts on “Remote Control

  1. says:

    I was surprised by how much I liked this book It started out as another high action thriller, the kind of book I like to read at night to clear my mind after the research for my writing I often read during the day Then an eight year old girl named Kelly came onto the scene and everything changed.The action is sustained from beginning to end, presented with the edge that only someone who ha

  2. says:

    This was my first experience with Andy McNab s Nick Stone books, and this one was a blast Given that McNab was a former member of the SAS, and a highly decorated one, I was looking for something good and thisthan met my expectations.The novel begins in Gibraltar, where Stone and his fellow soldiers are putting a halt to Irish bombings, then fast forwards 9 years where Stone s mission in Washington

  3. says:

    McNab s first fiction effort is a corker of a book, following a by now familiar pattern in its structure but still remaining as fresh as its day of release The action packed plot sees McNab s hero Nick Stone taking out Irish bombers in Gibraltar, before we suddenly jump forward nine years and find him investigating the brutal slaying of a fellow SAS man in Washington Before you know it, McNab concocts an en

  4. says:

    I actually really enjoyed this It s the sort of action story where the protagonist doesn t just go through crap to come out as the saviour Nick Stone goes through crap, and thencrap, and then to top it off, evencrap.I really enjoyed the action and the thought processes behind characters decisions I also really liked that there were real events sprinkled into the story too There was a description of a fight in this b

  5. says:

    As I said in a previous review, he s a really good story teller This is a well composed story of drug smuggling and government abuse of power From someone else you might just accept that as part of the story, from McNab you d suspect that it was simply well informed I was most impressed with the character of the young girl He clearly knows eight year old girls well enough to know what they are really like, but can also put o

  6. says:

    Author Andy McNab is ex SAS and he weaves a detailed knowledge of not just what happens in the covert military world, but often explains exactly how the little things are done and achieved, throughout his masterly work In this edge of your seat thriller, that ability just adds spice to the gripping storyline This is a most unusual setting and has a side to it that is enthralling, breath taking, and at times very worrying, but it woul

  7. says:

    Great read on the end of being an enjoyable action thriller It s written smartly without having to sacrifice to become simplistic McNab s an author who will just use a phrase and explain it easily without having a huge lull in the action You can tell that he was somebody who did the deed back in the day and isn t afraid to relay that information through his character, Nick Stone.Maybe if I read enough of these books, I ll be able to have enou

  8. says:

    Meet Nick Stone cool, calm and collected with plenty of finesse and a level head in every situation Stone really is a too good to be true kind of character And I love him I read this book a long time ago on a plane but I know that it was one of my favourites The techniques that McNab outlines evidently come from experience and the action never lies dormant for long I can remember this one being a littlecomplicated to read than the likes of Chris Ryan

  9. says:

    The thing to remember about this book is it was written in the 90s Nowadays there are tons of films and books about ex special forces spys getting lumbered with a kid and having to protect them from people trying to kill them, and at the same time learning to care about them It s a trite idea, but this was one of the first to do it And unlike all the other, Andy McNab is former SAS, he s the best of the best, so everything in this book is as real as it gets Lo

  10. says:

    The first Nick Stone novel, and one of the best Ainvolved plot something I find lacking in therecent Stone novels , and a real page turner Muchdown and dirty that other spycraft novels I have read, and the main character is very engaging.

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