Killing Plato : Jack Shepherd

  • by Jake Needham
  • Narrated by Fred Filbrich
  • Series: Jack Shepherd
  • 9 hrs and 17 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Plato Karsarkis was an international celebrity straight out of Vanity Fair until a New York grand jury indicted him for smuggling Iraqi oil and charged him with racketeering and espionage. There was also the matter of a woman he may or may not have murdered to cover it all up. When Karsarkis flees the United States just ahead of the FBI and promptly vanishes, the world's media whips itself into a frenzy.
Jack Shepherd was a politically connected American lawyer until he traded the fierce intrigues of Washington for the quiet life in Bangkok. Then one day he walks into a bar on the jet-set island of Phuket and finds the world's most famous fugitive waiting for him.
Karsarkis wants to hire him. He wants a presidential pardon so he can return to American and he knows Shepherd's connections to the White House just might get it for him. But the U.S. Marshals are in Phuket as well and they want something from Shepherd, too. They're there to kidnap Karsarkis and take him back to the US for trial and the Marshals want Shepherd to help them set a trap.
What Shepherd wants is for everybody to go away and leave him alone. At least he does until he discovers a chilling secret, one that plunges him a violent spiral of friendship and betrayal and pulls him straight back into the life he thought he had left behind in Washington.


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Best since Colombo

Jack Sheppard's character is always my favorite.
This book was to catch up on the I'd missed.
Jake Needham does it again. Absolutely loved it.
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Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-30-2014
  • Publisher: Jake Raymond Needham