Blindfold Game

  • by Dana Stabenow
  • Narrated by Bernadette Dunne
  • 9 hrs and 34 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

In Thailand, two men hire some modern-day pirates to hijack a Russian freighter. It is appallingly easy, and the ship sails, undetected, toward the western coast of North America. On the Bering Sea, the USS Sojourner Truth, a Coast Guard cutter, patrols the Maritime Boundary Line. The seasoned crew, dealing with a high volume of ocean-going traffic, is finding that choppy seas are making their efforts even more difficult.
In Washington, D.C., a CIA analyst traces the sale of black market plutonium. As the pieces fit together, he realizes that a terrorist attack is under way on a valuable, and vulnerable, American target. He also sees that the Sojourner Truth is sailing right into the attack, putting his estranged wife, the second in command on the Sojourner, at the heart of an international crisis. Relentlessly gripping and frighteningly plausible, The Blindfold Game is the pinnacle of Dana Stabenow's award-winning career.


What the Critics Say

"Stabenow has established herself as a fine mystery writer, but she may have found her true metier with this excellent thriller." (Publishers Weekly)


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Excellent Book

Im only half way through this book but I thought I'd write a review for those trying to decide if its workh listening too. So far its an excellent book and I am listening to it at every opportunity. So far the characters are interesting and well developed and the plot is intriguing and plausible.
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- Scott

Great Find

I found this author via Diane Gabaldon's "Methadone List" (books she recommends to addicted fans while they pine away for more Gabaldon stories) The Methadone List has never let me down

Stabenow writes very well, adds lots of unexpected twists and does not disappoint in any way. Finding a new favorite author always makes my day
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- Kathy

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-21-2005
  • Publisher: Books on Tape