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This book follows in the footsteps of quite a few vigilante protagonists that have come before with a very similar back story. Thomas Caine, he's ex CIA assassin, betrayed and now living off the grid in Thailand. He is loyal, has powerful connections, goes by an alias and although he has the skills, he wishes to remain anonymous but will intervene to right the wrongs that affect those he considers his friends. In this book there is a group of Russian mafia who are kidnapping young prostitutes with the intention of selling them into slavery. When one of Caine's friends (a bar girl/prostitute) goes missing he declares war on who ever took her.
This book has plenty of nonstop action and ends with a lead in to the next book in what is sure to become a really good series.
Although I have read some complaints about the narration I thought the narrator did a fine job and would most certain listen to him again.
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Devil’s Due is a straight forward action story about former CIA agent, Thomas Caine. This short story is a prequel to “Tokyo Black,” book one in the Thomas Caine series. Living off the grid in Thailand after being betrayed by his agency, Thomas becomes embroiled in the affairs of human traffickers, the Russian mafia and a warlord who thinks he’s the devil. If you like the action/suspense genre that features ex government agents and exotic locals then you should give Devil’s Due a read/listen.
Bryan L. Anderson does the narration for this story and for the most part, does a fine job, but there is, (at least on my audio copy), a strange effect that almost sounds like one of those devices that distorts the voice. I’ve heard Mr. Anderson’s voice on another book that I own and although they are close, there is a difference. Maybe it’s the recording environment or the recording equipment used. Overall, it wasn’t a deal breaker for me, but I did notice it.
Finally, this audio book was provided by the narrator at no cost in exchange for an honest review, courtesy of Audio Book Blast.
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I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review.
This book is pretty fast paced and attention grabbing. Good story line and good writing, it was a good novel.
The narrator was good, and keeps your attention, especially when a woman speaks and it changes narrator for a few seconds.
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