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HRH Kidnap

Spoken from the Front
Narrated by: Stephen Moyer
Length: 18 mins
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Summary

Jacko is just beginning to find his feet as the SAS 'New Boy', when once again, his Troop are crashed out of Baghdad's Green Zone. This time, they are on a fast ball: a British hostage has just been located by the Americans.Unfortunately, the hostage is being held captive in Sadr City, a known Iraqi stronghold and just about the most dangerous location in the whole of Iraq. Jacko, and the rest of the assault team, must get there before it is too late.The insurgents are planning to cut off the hostage's head during a live online broadcast and this is one operation that cannot fail. The hostage wasn't a reporter, or aid worker, he was otherwise known as HRH.

The second story in the SPOKEN FROM THE FRONT series is another explosive adventure, packed with authentic detail from McNab's SAS expertise.
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so so story line

Would you be willing to try another book from Andy McNab? Why or why not?

I have purchased every unabridged audio book he has written as well as a couple of these short ones. best narrated by a mile when paul thornley is at the helm!

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why cant it always be paul thornley narrating lol.