Red Notice

Red Notice Review

Deep beneath the English Channel, a small army of vicious terrorists has seized control of the Eurostar to Paris, taken 400 hostages at gunpoint - and declared war on a government that has more than its own fair share of secrets to keep.

One man stands in their way. An off-duty SAS soldier is hiding somewhere inside the train. Alone and injured, he's the only chance the passengers and crew have of getting out alive. Meet Andy McNab's explosive new creation, Sergeant Tom Buckingham, as he unleashes a whirlwind of intrigue and retribution in his attempt to stop the terrorists and save everyone on board - including Delphine, the beautiful woman he loves.

Hurtling us at breakneck speed between the Regiment's crack assault teams, Whitehall's corridors of power and the heart of the Eurotunnel action, RED NOTICE is McNab at his devastatingly authentic, pulse pounding best.

RED NOTICE: You have been warned.

Title:Red Notice
Edition Language:English

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    Red Notice Reviews

  • Paul E. Morph

    Written by an ex-SAS sergeant, you can't really argue with the authenticity of this book. The details are going to be accurate, which is great, but can the guy actually write?While he's probably never...

  • Trish

    My first book by this author and let me tell you, this was one hell of a ride. I was sceptical at first, I'll admit it. You see, the author was a member of the famous SAS (British special forces for y...

  • Simon McDonald

    RED NOTICE feels like Andy McNab trying to straddle the fence between his raw, expletive-laden Nick Stone series and his more recent efforts with fellow author Kym Jordan, which pack far more of an em...

  • Zoe Hall

    I’ve had a reading hiatus recently which has impeded my reading challenge! I’m hopefully back in full swing of the reading and what a book to kick it off with! This is one of only a few of Andy Mc...

  • Rachel Amphlett

    I've previously read a couple of the Nick Stone books by McNab, and thought I'd give this new series a try.It's an okay read, but a little predictable and seemed like McNab is getting used to a new ch...

  • Andrew Mitchell

    Excessively and needlessly violent, coupled with a poorly thought out plot, that tends to fill in between passages of military jargonese, his sad attempt at political process, and a simple train hijac...

  • Pauline Dawson

    A big fan of Andy McNab books but this one was not one of his best. Very predictable all the way through. Having said that I suppose that if this was the first book of his you read it would probably h...

  • Gordon Johnston

    If you like violent but predictable thrillers then you will love this. Starts slowly but picks up the pace in the second half. All fairly predictable though with the twist somewhat telegraphed. McNab'...

  • Ian

    Found myself skimming though most of this bookBut loved the story, it just seemed to drag onThe main character for me was abit "meh"Same goes for his girlfriendDon't think I will be buying the next bo...

  • Barb Burrowes

    Not my style of book, but a compelling page-turner. Looking forward to seeing Sam Heughan star in the movie....