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Publisher's Summary

Los miembros del consejo de administración de la empresa norteamericana Dall&Houston reciben una amenaza de muerte de un supuesto terrorista islamista llamado Aarohum Al Rashid: en el caso de que decidan no reintegrar los mil millones de dólares que han conseguido como beneficio de la guerra de Irak, morirán todos, uno a uno. La amenaza se cumple y las muertes se suceden. La compañía, liderada por Peter Corkeham, decide buscar ayuda en organizaciones como la CIA, la mafia o los red, para desenmascarar a Al Rashid y poner fin a las sentencias de muerte. Paralelamente, Mauro Rivero, un frío y desalmado cubano líder de la organización anticastrista conocida como La Corporación y encargado de organizar el desembarco en Bahía de Cochinos, recibe una llamada que le devolverá a la acción tras un aparente retiro de la «mala vida». Una misteriosa anciana será, sin embargo, quién logre acabar con Al Rashid y desviar el dinero conseguido durante la guerra para reconstruir Irak, país de origen de su protegida y heredera, Salka Embarek.
Please note: This audiobook is in Spanish.
(P)2009 Editorial Libervox SL
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By L. on 02-04-13

A story with interesting facts

Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

I think the book is worthwhile listening to. As a novel it is not a great success. The description of the characters is less human than the author tries to realize.

Would you be willing to try another book from Alberto Vázquez Figueroa? Why or why not?

I think am going to read or listen to Tuareg which I expect will give me a better understanding of what is happening nowadays in Mali

Any additional comments?

I think the reading out is OK. At least good for me to practice spanish.

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