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In 1980, a secret American B-52 crashes high in a remote mountain range on the Pakistan–Afghanistan border. Nearly 30 years later, and spanning locales from those peaks to New York City, a terrible truth will be revealed.
Jonathan Ransom returns as the resourceful doctor thrown into a shadowy world of double and triple agents where absolutely no one can be trusted. To stay alive, Ransom must unravel the mystery surrounding his wife—an enigmatic and lethal spy who plays by her own rules—and discover where her loyalties truly lie.
Rules of Betrayal is a masterfully plotted novel that cements Christopher Reich’s reputation as one of the most admired espionage thriller writers today.
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By HHScomet on 05-08-11
A Great Series...Can't wait for the next one
These comments are intended to encompass all three of the books in the series (of which this is the third). Dr. Ransom and his wife Emma have contributed to my walking regime and have turned me into a long distance freak as I cant shut off the iPod when I am into their exciting narratives. I tend to really "get into" a book, if it is riveting. Any one of the three in this series so far qualify as very riveting. Others have described this as the "driveway effect," for me it is the "walk an additional mile" effect. The narration is appropriate and contributes to the enjoyment. I would recommend starting with the first book "Rules of Deception" and working through the three in order....then wait impatiently for number four to appear...(Please hurry Mr. Reich).
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
By Michael G Kurilla on 11-10-10
3 for 3 for Reich
Reich returns with another fine effort. His character of Ransom, a surgeon with a less than perfect past, continues to remain fresh. The plot is well developed and Reich has taken his time bringing his protagonist along from aid doc to spy. The story is well paced and carries the listener along quite pleasantly. As far as espionage goes, this is meat and potatoes fare. Reich should plan on resolving the relationship between Jonathan and Emma soon or the dynamic will get stale.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful