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How do you fight an invisible enemy?

A high-speed chase through the backstreets of Lagos and an unexpected bomb explosion in the jungle - it's all in a day's work for soldier Sean Harker.

Looking forward to a well-earned break back home, Sean and his platoon fly back to the UK, only to find themselves fighting their way out of an airport hostage situation and the country on high terrorist alert.

Barely escaping with his life, Sean must now embark on a dangerous mission: to locate a deadly weapon capable of destruction on a massive scale...a weapon no one will see coming.

©2017 Andy McNab (P)2017 Random House Audiobooks

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  • sportstherapist
  • 11-11-17

Unconvincing

Not up to his normal standard almost unfinished in nature. Disappointed reader, normally love his books

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  • Mr A M Pursey
  • 08-29-17

nice follow up

really enjoyed this as I did the first, assume there will be another and will be listening to it for sure.

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  • Tony Eginton
  • 12-30-17

Twaddle

Andy McNab has lost it
Whether success has gone to his head or he has just forgotten how to write, his compass is lost.
PC rubbish like not all terrorists are muslim may be correct, but st least 95% of them are muslim in fact.
Thanks