By Andy McNab
The new Nick Stone mystery from the bestselling writer of Bravo Zero.
January 2005: Nick Stone is in tsunami hit Banda Aceh on a task to retrieve incriminating facts of an oil deal. whilst looters arrive a struggle breaks out and a guy, Mong, is killed. Nick makes a promise to his useless good friend to guard his widow, Tracey.
March 2011: Nick is in Moscow filling his days at a personal gun diversity whilst he's lifted by way of heavies and brought to fulfill an oligarch. The oligarch desires Nick to trace down his abducted spouse and son. It transpires that the oligarch has married Tracey and so Nick is given the chance to fulfil his promise to Mong. Nick follows the path from Mogadishu to Nairobi, from Courchevelski to Bristol, on a project to solve this complicated and explosive plot. He finally tracks down Tracey and her son and leads a rescue project, all weapons blazing, in simple terms to discover that Tracey is lifeless and the boy is missing.
There's just one guy the boy might be with, and one position, which purely Nick knows... Nick is going after him, and he has vengeance to wreak.
From the alternate Paperback edition.
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Extra info for Dead Centre (Nick Stone, Book 14)
The theory for complex nonnative positions proceeds from the joint assertion of two or more disjunctions of type (5). For example, if we assert (5) for two distinct states of affairs and one agent, we obtain a complete and exhaustive disjunction of 9 tenns, which can be made the point of departure of the theory of complex one-agent nonnative positions. This theory may in tum be extended to cover complex n-agent positions. To take just one illustration, Shall(EaP v Eaq) expresses a complex one-agent position whereas Shall (EaP v Ebq) expresses a complex two-agent position.
K. and changes his normal place of residence from the one last recorded in his Certificate of Registration', and q(x) is short for 'x reports the change to the Police within 7 days of his arrival at the new address'. In this formulation r(x) states the restriction, p(x) the condition, and q(x) the prescription of the norm. (This convenient terminology is taken from Stenius (1972, p. e. an action which a norm subject is to do if the norm condition is fulfilled. The employment of Shall in the task-specification of (1) is natural because this is one of the modalities that we use to refer to the result or outcome of action of type decision.
REASONS FOR ACTION AND WANTS An agent has a reason for an action if and only if he has a reason for believing that he should perform this action or, equivalently, has a reason for intending to perform it. If he performs it on the ground of this intention, he may be said to perform the action for a reason, viz. the reason he has for intending to perform it. Since he can have many reasons for an intention - many reasons for holding the belief that constitutes his intention - an action done on the ground of this intention may be an action done for many reasons.