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Andy McNab's Tour Of Duty [DVD]
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Release Date: 2008-11-03, Rating: Suitable for 15 years and over  read more
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Andy McNab - Bravo Two Zero [DVD]
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A made-for-TV adaptation of Andy McNab's best-selling Bravo Two Zero--his account of a covert SAS mission in the Gulf War gone wrong. Sean Bean plays McNab, part of an eight-man team dropped behind enemy lines to sever communications lines. Things inevitably go wrong, however, and the team are captured and tortured, before making a variety of daring and amazing escapes. The story on which this film is based is certainly stirring, but it suffers from being generically at odds with the production values of a TV adaptation. The acting is wooden and the budget cannot provide the pyrotechnics or thrilling action sequences which action or war junkies may demand. At some points there are even unsuccessful attempts to blend parts of the staged drama with real documentary news footage. One might argue that the presentation of the SAS team as everyday, emotionally stunted lads, and their mission as gritty, downbeat and devoid of glamour is perhaps quite true to real-life events. It is also a huge novelty to see cinematic acknowledgement of British forces' participation in any conflict occurring in the last century. On the other hand, Bravo Two Zero undoubtedly appears quite dour when placed alongside a more flashy, Hollywood offering such as Three Kings. Nevertheless, SAS aficionados and fans of the novel will enjoy it immensely, if only to look at the way in which McNab's account presents Chris Ryan--author of a drastically different film and novel version of this incident, The One That Got Away--as a posturing, image-conscious coward. --Paul Philpott  read more
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Andy McNab's Bravo Two Zero [1998] [VHS]
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A made-for-TV adaptation of Andy McNab's best-selling Bravo Two Zero--his account of a covert SAS mission in the Gulf War gone wrong. Sean Bean plays McNab, part of an eight-man team dropped behind enemy lines to sever communications lines. Things inevitably go wrong, however, and the team are captured and tortured, before making a variety of daring and amazing escapes. The story on which this film is based is certainly stirring, but it suffers from being generically at odds with the production values of a TV adaptation. The acting is wooden and the budget cannot provide the pyrotechnics or thrilling action sequences which action or war junkies may demand. At some points there are even unsuccessful attempts to blend parts of the staged drama with real documentary news footage. One might argue that the presentation of the SAS team as everyday, emotionally stunted lads, and their mission as gritty, downbeat and devoid of glamour is perhaps quite true to real-life events. It is also a huge novelty to see cinematic acknowledgement of British forces' participation in any conflict occurring in the last century. On the other hand, Bravo Two Zero undoubtedly appears quite dour when placed alongside a more flashy, Hollywood offering such as Three Kings. Nevertheless, SAS aficionados and fans of the novel will enjoy it immensely, if only to look at the way in which McNab's account presents Chris Ryan--author of a drastically different film and novel version of this incident, The One That Got Away--as a posturing, image-conscious coward. The video also includes an exclusive 22-minute interview with the author, Andy McNab. --Paul Philpott  read more
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Andy Mcnab: The Ultimate Warrior [VHS]
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Release Date: 2001-03-05, Rating: Exempt  read more
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Andy Mcnab: The Ultimate Warrior [DVD]
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With rare and often previously unseen footage, plus dramatic re-enactments, this programme offers a unique insight as to how this breed of courageous men are put through a grueling and exacting selection process.  read more
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The Story of The S.A.S Narrated by Andy McNab
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TWO VIDEO BOX SET NARRATED BY ANDY McNAB. The S.A.S holds a fascination for the British public. This comprehensive film takes us from its conception to its role today in covert warfare.  read more
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Infinite Trumpet by Mcnab, Malcolm (2010-08-05)
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McNabbed Mug
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This fun mug from Bryn Parry Studios feature the comic illustration that they are famous for.In this instance, our friend the huntsman is about to get a nasty surprise as his quarry is plotting to get his own back, with a little help from his friends! Sure to delight and amuse outdoor enthusiasts, this mug makes for an excellent gift.Capacity approx 300mlPlease Note: Only one mug included, both sides of the mug have been included in the image.  read more
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Live at Life by Ian Mcnabb (2001-10-20)
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Live At Life by Ian McNabb (2001-08-02)
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Live at Life by Ian Mcnabb (2001-05-03)
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Head Like a Rock by Ian Mcnabb
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Ian Mcnabb
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1 x CD AlbumUK 20011Livin' Proof (Miracles Can Happen)4:192Whatever It Takes3:223What You Wanted4:154Liverpool Girl4:075(If We Believe) What Love Can Do4:296Alright With Me4:417Hollywood Tears4:128Open Air3:369Nothin' Less Than The Very Best4:5610Hotel Stationary4:3711Rockin' For Jesus4:0212Friend Of My Enemy4:5613Moment In The Sun4:0314(I Wish I Was In) California3:47  read more
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Head like a rock by Ian McNabb
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Ian Mcnabb
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Release Date: 2002-03-11, Audio CD, Castle  read more
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Live at Life by Mcnabb, Ian (2008-01-02)
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On War - an Andy McNab War Classic: The beautifully reproduced illustrated
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Introduction by SAS and Gulf War hero Andy McNab DCM MMIncludes all three volumes of On Wars 1908 editionEvery diagram and map from Von Clausewitzs originalTranslated by Col JJ GrahamBonus material: Introductions and notes by Col FN Maude, CBBonus material: A memoir of Von Clausewitz by his translatorBeautifully formatted in this Apostrophe Books editionOn War is one of the most influential books ever written on the subject of conflict.Its author, Prussian General Carl von Clausewitz (1780-1831), is often credited with masterminding what is now known as complete war - conflict with the all-out backing of the state, and his teachings have been embraced by figures as diverse as US President Dwight Eisenhower and Lenin.Focusing on the philosophy of war, Von Clausewitzs book says conflict cannot be waged on a map and devises a series of timeless strategies to defeat the enemy in the most efficient manner possible.To introduce into the philosophy of war a principle of moderation would be an absurdity, he wrote.The masterpiece is presented in this beautifully-produced Apostrophe Books edition with an introduction by Gulf War legend and bestselling author Andy McNab the British Armys most highly decorated serving soldier when he left the SAS.  read more
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The Art of War - an Andy McNab War Classic: The beautifully reproduced
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- Introduction by SAS and Gulf War hero Andy McNab DCM MM- The 1910 edition of The Art of War- Includes a series of illustrations and photographs- Translated from Chinese by scholar Lionel Giles- Bonus material: introduction and notes by Lionel Giles- Beautifully formatted in this Apostrophe Books editionFrom the battlefield to the boardroom, The Art of War has been the definitive book on strategy for more than 2,000 years.General Sun Tzus work, still required reading for CIA officers today, has decided battles in conflicts throughout the world, and has been used in warfare by the likes of US generals Colin Powell and Norman Schwarzkopf, Chairman Mao, and the fearsome armies of the Vietcong.Its focus on outsmarting your opponent without resorting to warfare has also seen it put to use in both the workplace and the sports field, and is famously studied by sports coaches such as Luiz Felipe Big Phil Scolari, whose World Cup-winning Brazil side of 2002 read it cover to cover.Victorious warriors win first and then go to war, wrote Sun Tzu, while defeated warriors go to war first and then seek to win.Now read the masterpiece in this beautifully-produced Apostrophe Books edition with an introduction by Gulf War legend and bestselling author Andy McNab the British Armys most highly decorated serving soldier when he left the SAS.  read more
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Said O'Reilly To Mcnab [VHS]
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`Said O'Reilly to McNab' is an enjoyable comedy with enough laughs to satisfy me. The plot is nothing new, a young couple want to marry but their Dads don't like each other, just about sums it up. But the casting is the thing. Will Fyffe, an old Music Hall comedian, plays a mean Scotsman as he often had before and does it so well. O'Reilly is an Irish-American confidence trickster and the less-experienced Will Mahoney brings him off with some panache. The exchanges between the two Wills are highlights of the film. Despite being a generously built man Fyffe gives us a most dainty sword dance before Mahoney, not to be outdone, performs an expert tap-dance. Fyffe also sings very pleasantly an appropriately Scottish tune `New Years Day'. Then there's a golf game with much use of the niblick (an old-fashioned 9-iron, I believe) and the usual cheating. This vintage movie is well worth seeking out; it ran a neat 80 minutes in the beautifully clear print that I saw.  read more
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Guns for Hire: The Modern Adventure Thriller (Including interviews with Gerald Seymour, Steve Berry, Alan Furst, Stephen Leather, Andy McNab and Chris Ryan)
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Traditional masters of the high-energy adventure thriller such as John Buchan and Ian Fleming have been widely recognised as among the most talented and influential writers of the last century. But in this ground-breaking critical study, the leading crime and film expert Barry Forshaw argues they are merely the tip of the iceberg. There are dozens or modern adventure thriller writers who are their equal - and while they may be hugely popular with the public they are ignored by literary editors.In Guns for Hire: The Modern Adventure Thriller, Forshaw has written an unmissable guide to the writers who are underappreciated, and sometimes looked down upon -- but who need to be brought readers attention again. And he looks at the best-selling thriller writers who have not enjoyed any serious critical attention. In Guns For Hire, he provides an exuberant examination of a massively popular genre and a guide to the best thriller writing on the market today. The book includes interviews with the leading writers in the genre such as Gerald Seymour, Steve Berry, Alan Furst, Stephen Leather, Andy McNab, and Chris Ryan. It is a book no thriller fan can afford to be without. Barry Forshaw has a singular understanding of what makes this genre grab its readers by the balls. Chris Brookmyre.Barry Forshaws latest book is Death in a Cold Climate: A Guide to Scandinavian Crime Fiction; his other work includes British Crime Writing: An Encyclopedia and The Rough Guide to Crime Fiction, along with books on Italian cinema, Film Noir and the first biography of Stieg Larsson. His next books are British Crime Film and a study of Thomas Harris and The Silence of the Lambs. He has written for various national newspapers, edits Crime Time, and is a talking head for ITV and BBC TV documentaries. He has been Vice Chair of the Crime Writers Association.Endeavour Press is the UK's leading independent digital publisher.  read more
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