State of Emergency : Jericho Quinn

  • by Marc Cameron
  • Narrated by Luke Daniels
  • Series: Jericho Quinn
  • 11 hrs and 0 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Two agents, Russian and American, are brutally murdered. College students, working as drug mules, die gruesome deaths from radiation poisoning. Powerful dirty bombs explode minutes apart in San Francisco and St. Petersburg, Russia - slaughtering citizens and spreading blind panic throughout the world. But this is only a warning. The next attack will be nuclear.
Enter Air Force OSI agent Jericho Quinn and his crack team of specialists. Their mission: track down the black-market arms dealer who masterminded the plot - with a Soviet-era, suitcase-sized bomb - and dismantle them both. When the trail leads to South America, Quinn has to join the famous Dakar Rally, a 6,000-mile motorcycle run that’s about to become the most dangerous race in history. It’s not the finish line they’re racing for. It’s the fate of the world....


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Customer Reviews

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The series matures

I love what Marc Cameron has done with this series: National Security introduced the main characters and established the tone for the series. Act of Terror picks up where the last book left off, introduced some more characters for the series. State of Emergency starts shortly after AoT, lets us know that one of the previous villains is still being pursued, but takes us to more pressing matters. Jericho picks up more allies and enemies and we can see the stage being set for some interesting story arcs in both his professional and personal life.
Jericho Quinn ranks with Scot Harvath, Mitch Rapp, and Jason Bourne as my favorite counter-terrorist agents.
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- Jason

Fun Story - Narration a Disappointment

What did you like best about this story?

The action is always fun and interesting.

How did the narrator detract from the book?

His voice for Zamora was awful, he squealed to the point that it hurt my ears. Tom Weiner was much better in my opinion.

Any additional comments?

Do the authors listen to the books before they are released? I struggled with the high pitch yelping - it hurt my ears and I had to turn the volume way down. If he does another book I hope he goes back to Tom Weiner.

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- Karen

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-30-2013
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio