Making a Killing

  • by John L. Hart, Olivia Rupprecht
  • Narrated by Louis B. Jack
  • 13 hrs and 59 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The CIA's most valuable assassin, Agent J.D. Mikel, wasn't supposed to fall in love with anyone - especially not Kate Morningside, a woman coveted by another powerful world player. When Kate is kidnapped, J.D. is pulled into a dangerous game of cat and mouse, and one false move could cost him everything. Indeed, there are players - and then there are the masters who make the rules, only to break them.
It's not an even match for those joining an epic search for Kate on a twisted dark hunt down the Mekong River in the midst of a bitterly disputed war: Izzy, a brilliant young psychiatrist assigned to the Army's Eighth Field Hospital and counting the days until he can return home; and his best friend Gregg, a gifted psychologist who served his time, only to be driven back to Vietnam by his own inner demons - and a rivalry with Mikel that burns as intensely as napalm.
There are other wars within wars in turbulent 1970. From the CIA to the American Mafia to an international cartel helmed by a master of the sadistic, all eyes are on Southeast Asia's Golden Triangle. And when it comes to a certain cash crop flourishing under the dominion of the mysterious Poppy King, everyone wants a piece of the action. Money talks. The currency? Heroin.
It's a spinning maze of intrigue, politics, and mind games; a hotbed where sex, drugs, and Janis Joplin aren't always a beautiful thing. But even when no one turns out to be quite who or what they seem, one rule remains fast across the devil's chessboard: Winners live. Losers die.
The sequel to the national best-seller There Will Be Killing, Making A Killing artfully weaves a spellbinding tapestry of dark history, psychology, and seduction - the best and worst of our humanity... and the hunger of our hearts.


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OK not the best from JH

Would you try another book from John L. Hart and Olivia Rupprecht and/or Louis B. Jack?

I like John Hart's work. This one not so much.

Would you be willing to try another book from John L. Hart and Olivia Rupprecht ? Why or why not?

I'll stick with John Hart.

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Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-29-2016
  • Publisher: The Story Plant