Exit Strategy : Nick Mason

  • by Steve Hamilton
  • Narrated by Ray Porter
  • Series: Nick Mason
  • 7 hrs and 42 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

In the stunning follow-up to the New York Times best-seller The Second Life of Nick Mason, the remarkable hero fights to take back control from the crime lord who owns his life as he races to complete a daring and dangerous new mission.
Nick Mason has been given a true mission impossible: infiltrate WITSEC, the top-secret federal witness-protection program that has never been compromised, locate the three men who put his boss, Darius Cole, behind bars for life, and kill them.
But first he has to find them - they're ghost prisoners locked down around the clock in classified "deep black" locations by a battalion of heavily armed US marshals charged with protecting them - and the clock is ticking. Cole is appealing his conviction, and these witnesses are either his ticket to freedom or the final nail in his coffin. If they testify, Darius Cole will never step foot in the outside world again. If they are killed, he will walk out a free man.
As he risks everything to complete his mission, Mason finds himself being hunted by the very man he replaced, the ruthless assassin who once served, then betrayed, Darius Cole. Rather than waiting to be Mason's next victim, he has escaped witness protection to hunt down and kill Mason himself.
In an action-packed journey that leads from a high-security military installation in the Appalachian Mountains to a secret underground bunker hidden far below the streets of New York City, Nick Mason will have to become, more than ever before, the lethal weapon that Darius Cole created.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

I blame myself

After listening to the first book in the series, I thought I was done with Nick Mason. At least I know I am now - for sure

It's not just the level of absurd scenarios that this guy gets placed into. It's also the non-explanation of how he gets away with it.

I guess this is a world without DNA evidence as he leaves his blood everywhere. Or the fact that his fingerprints are probably on everything he leaves at the scene. Not to mention that there must be no video cameras where he goes to record his face while he's breaking into high security places..

He's also got to be the dumbest guy to not figure out what's going to happen if he does one thing or another without there being consequences. As stupid as I am for deciding to give this series one more shot.

Only Rat Porter kept me listening through this train wreck of a book..

Stupid is as stupid does. It is - So I does
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- John

Could have been great

Lots of action, and interesting characters in this installment. After listening to the first Nick Mason book I immediately bought and listened to this book. Although the narration was fantastic (as usual for Ray Porter) and the story had elements of a good book, there were just too many times I asked myself "What?!?!" Without adding spoilers, I'll just have to say the instant development of Mason's skills didn't make sense, the loss of other characters was extreme, and the ending was wholly unsatisfying. Unfortunately disappointing.
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- catkit

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-16-2017
  • Publisher: Penguin Audio