Meltdown by Andy McNab & Robert Rigby

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The final installment of the Watts family adventures is the most action-packed yet!

Once again, Danny Watts and his grandfather Fergus are on the run. But when Dudley, a top MI5 agent, tracks them down for help with a new mission, they finally have the chance to clear their names once and for all.

Danny and Fergus must find the makers of a dangerous new drug called Meltdown and destroy it before it can enter the mainstream, or even worse, fall into the hands of a radical terrorist group. But in order to do this, they must infiltrate the drug production network and once again get behind enemy lines, even fighting alongside their nemesis, Special Agent Deveraux. After all that they have been through, will Danny and Fergus finally be able to stop running?

Filled with all the action, excitement and SAS special operations techniques that have kept this series on the UK bestseller lists, Meltdown completes the Watts saga in grand fashion.

About Andy McNab & Robert Rigby

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Andy McNab is a former member of the British SAS, one of the world's elite special-forces commando units. When he left the regiment in 1993, he was the most decorated active soldier in the British Army. The author of three previous Nick Stone thrillers, "Firewall, Crisis Four, " and "Remote Control, " he has also written two nonfiction books about his SAS experiences. He is the only fiction writer whose books are so sensitive that they require vetting by the British Ministry of Defense. For security reasons, Andy McNab's location is classified. ROBERT RIGBY is a playwright, novelist, and television scriptwriter. His award-winning work with youth theater companies has been staged in Britain, Europe, the United States, and Africa. He is also the writer of the long-running BBC children's drama series "Byker Grove".
Published May 29, 2008 by G.P. Putnam's Sons Books for Young Readers. 268 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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