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This is a really good series. If you like a lot of action then you're in the right place. If I say too much more then the publisher's summary I'm afraid I will spoil this book for someone else.
But, here goes.
Thomas Caine is on the hunt for a rebel leader. His journey takes him from Khartoum to the South Sudan. Years earlier he had been tasked to protect this rebel. Now he must kill him before the man can release a deadly virus causing death to millions.
During his hunt for the rebel Caine hooks up with a doctor who had been hiding tubes of the virus. She had two clinics that were both destroyed. Between snipers, assassins, RPGs and wild animals this book will keep you on the edge of your seat.
Meanwhile Caine's handler in the CIA (Rebecca) is the only one who believes Caine is not guilty of crimes he was set up to take the fall for. Injured in a previous book, she is now in a wheelchair. She continues to have reach and is able to help him out of the rare predicament that otherwise would probably have him disappear.
This book has nonstop action from beginning to end. There are no lulls, no fillers to take up pages. There are unexpected twists and Caine finally finds out who framed him for treason. This ends with a cliffhanger that leaves you wanting to know where this series will go next.
Although these books can be listened to as stand alone books, I would suggest listening to them in order for continuity in developing relationships.
Jonathan Davis does an excellent job narrating. Great foreign accents, don't know if they sound authentic but they sound good!
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Fire and Forget is Book 3 in Andrew Warren's Thomas Caine thriller series. It is a 5 star espionage/terrorism mystery/thriller that I recommend without reservation. It is standalone. Jonathan Davis' narration is sterling.
Audible listener Shelley recently wrote an excellent review of Fire and Forget that adds to the brief publisher's summary without adding plot spoilers. I encourage reading her review.
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