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Thomas Caine is being hunted.
To protect a friend, the vengeful assassin has taken on a sinister branch of the Russian Mafia. Blood has been spilled, and these ruthless gangsters know better than anyone that revenge is a dish best served cold....
Caine soon finds himself captured in the frozen mountains of Siberia. With no equipment, no supplies, and no weapons, he must survive in this icy wasteland, as a crack team of Russian mercenaries hunts him down. These expert killers are led by an infamous manhunter known as The Iron Wolf...a cold-blooded Spetsnaz commander who collects trophies from his human prey....
Can Caine outwit this lethal pack and prove himself the ultimate predator in a ghastly game of death?
Caine returns in another Rapid Fire adventure. Dive into Cold Kill, and get a quick shot of literary adrenaline today....
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By cosmitron on 03-28-18
Step aboard The Siberian Express
Would you listen to Cold Kill: A Thomas Caine Novella again? Why?
Well not right away but sure after a certain amount of time has passed.
Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?
Yes..... being involved in any way with the Russian Mob a group that plays with no rules
could rattle anyone.
Which character – as performed by Andrew Tell – was your favorite?
Caine of course.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Yes and you can very easily.
Any additional comments?
This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.
26 of 26 people found this review helpful
By Brian on 04-19-18
A Near-Perfect Thriller
4.5 out of 5 stars
Without giving too much away - Cold Kill is a story exactly as Warren describes: "Thomas Caine is being hunted." Honestly, much more information than that will give the entire story away.
I found myself really getting into the story and Warren wastes NO time getting into the action. I felt like I was just thrust directly into the driver's seat going 100 MPH (and I loved every moment of it). Caine is as much of a bad-youknowwhat as you remember - reminding me of the Bourne movies/books that I love so much with a little sprinkle of Bond in there. He always seems to find himself in these situations that you think "there's no possible way he's going to get out of it..." and yet you're proven wrong time and time again.
The story seems to be a bit of an homage to the great story The Most Dangerous Game - taking someone and hunting them for sport. The problem is - they don't know just how good Caine really is. I loved the back and forth between the men and Caine (and the men and each other when they realized this wasn't just some other hunt).
Warren is able to write about the cold in a way that makes you turn the heat up in the car when you're driving. Of course, when I was listening to this, I was driving home from work, in the snow, in April - so it was cold. He was able to run a chill up my spine numerous times from talking about the cold and from the closeness that Caine would come to disaster. A feat that's not easy.
Cold Kill was narrated by Andrew Tell. A first-time narrator to this series, but no rookie to narrating excellent titles. Tell injects something to the Thomas Caine stories that weren't there before. I liked the series, but with Tell behind the wheel, I have a new found appreciation for the pacing and storytelling ability of Warren. He just breathes life into the story that you don't get with every narrator.
Overall, Cold Kill is probably my favorite Caine story to date and with the addition of Tell as the narrator - I'm pretty darn happy with this. I finished it in just about one day and I loved the length of it. I thought Warren told his story without any extra details needed.
I was voluntarily provided with a free copy of this book. It has not affected my review in any way. If you enjoyed this review, please vote for it! Every vote helps.
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By Simon on 05-01-18
Good book and well narrated
I was given this audio book to listen to and as I have never read or listened to any of Andrew's other books I wasn't sure what I was getting myself into. I am glad I did listen to it as it is a really good book, full of action and suspense.
The book follows a man called Thomas Caine after he has been taken by the Russian Mafia and left in the middle of Siberia to be chased and hunted by a group of dangerous hunters. He then spends the rest of the book trying to evade them and not get anyone else killed at the same time.
Even though this is book two in the series you don't really need to have read the first one, or any previous books starring Caine as there is enough information in the first chapter that you can work out his history and what he has done previously to warrant the kind of attention he gets in this book.
I listened to the audio version of this book and thought the narrator was really good. He managed to use different voices for each character and also got the American, Russian and Korean accents as well as male and female voices, which added so much to the story and I will be keeping an eye out for more by him as well.