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Publisher's Summary

Intelligence, espionage, and even war have been transformed by the War on Terror. With the CIA on the ropes and the armed forces stretched thin, the United States and its allies have turned to private organizations for vital inside information. Camille Black's Black Management is one of those private military corporations. She is approached by the CIA for an extremely important mission: to track down and eliminate a man accused of selling arms to terrorist cells throughout the Middle East. But her quarry is her ex-fiancé, Hunter Smith. Battling her old feelings, but fueled by his disloyalty both to her and to his country, Camille sets off into the shadows of the War on Terror to find him. Her hunt takes her far beyond the front lines, and the further she goes, the more the lines between good and evil begin to blur - and the more unsure she is about whom to trust.
©2007 Tasope International, LLC (P)2007 Blackstone Audio Inc.
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Critic Reviews

"Hillhouse's gripping debut, a cold war thriller, has so many unexpected pleasures that its flaws barely register." ( Publishers Weekly)
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5 out of 5 stars
By Carl in BR on 09-29-07

On Target

When I 1st read this book, I found the story line not plausible, but still entertaining. Since then, I've talked to friends in the Iraq war and kept better track of news reports. The fiction in this book has tracked recent events more closely than one might hope....

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1 out of 5 stars
By Corri on 02-17-10

Couldn't finish it

I didn't get far with this one. The narrator had such a nasal voice that I had to get it off my iPod. I have a lot of audible titles but this is one of the few that was a waste of a credit.

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