Avoid. Negotiate. Kill. : Spectre

  • by C.W. Lemoine
  • Narrated by Thomas Block
  • Series: Spectre
  • 8 hrs and 17 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

"Military Thriller fans looking for the next Brad Thor have found their savior in C.W. Lemoine" – BestThrillers.com
Book 2 in the military/political espionage thriller SPECTRE series finds Spectre with a new job – and a new set of problems. His latest mission will force him to confront political deception, international terrorism…and devastating personal loss.
When fighter pilot Cal "Spectre" Martin is recruited by an unacknowledged government organization named Project Archangel, he believes the demons of his past have finally been laid to rest.
But when a top-secret mission to secure chemical weapons in Syria goes horribly wrong, Spectre finds himself thrust back into civilian life. Within days of his forced retirement, an unknown agent attempts to assassinate Spectre and his friends. Although Spectre escapes the assassination attempt, one of his friends is killed, and Spectre's world is shattered by the loss.
Still hunted by the mysterious assassins and tormented with a need to exact vigilante justice, Spectre must decide whether to Avoid, Negotiate or Kill.
Includes a sneak preview of ARCHANGEL FALLEN – book three of the SPECTRE Series.

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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Great book series!

This book in the series was excellent. I can't wait to read where the story goes from here! Off to read the next one . . . :)
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- James

A Waste of 18 hours build up

Would you try another book from C.W. Lemoine and/or Thomas Block?

The narration was excellent. But I hate investing all those hours just to be left hanging with no conclusion.


What could C.W. Lemoine have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

Devote more time to developing an appropriate conclusion.


Which character – as performed by Thomas Block – was your favorite?

Cal Martin


Any additional comments?

Shorten the descriptions of the weaponry. Too many initials and fluff that distracts from the action.

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- Rhodos

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-15-2016
  • Publisher: C.W. Lemoine