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Nick Stone last mission

Liberation Day: A Nick Stone Mission - Andy McNab

Nick Stone wants to settle down. He wants a passport so that he could stay with his girlfriend. 


The girlfriend father is a horrible person who is using Nick on a mission and promise in exchange give him a passport so that he could stay in US. 


The last mission is trying to stop money going to fund terrorists of the Taliban. 


With a team of three, they are suppose to chase the money and then stop the terrorist act from happening. 


There are a lot of not so good bites in the story. A lot of running around that is too details. It is supposed to be action but sounds like someone reading out a spreadsheet in Excel. 


The last bit is okay but not great. 


A 3.5 stars read. Still like Nick Stone as a character and might read another one.