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I can't believe this book has so few ratings. I also can't believe that no one has left a single review, especially with such high ratings. That is until now!
So, here goes. This is a really good, very complex espionage book. It is fast paced with tons of globe trotting danger.
The story begins when Jordan Sandor (ex CIA turned journalist) is contacted by another ex CIA agent turned traitor, Jimmy. He wants to trade terrorist secrets in exchange for leniency. Unfortunately he gets killed before he can tell Jordan about a plot to release deadly nerve gas in key US cities.
While in NYC for a debriefing he meets up with a woman (Christine) who claims to be Jimmy's half sister. They're able to slip away from their guards and go to find Jimmy's partner. The three set out to find the man running the terrorist and plotting destruction but when they find who he is, to Jordan's surprise, he already knows him.
Around every corner is danger as the terrorists try to eliminate every one with information that could expose their mission.
Christopher Lane is outstanding as the narrator.
This book has my HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION!!
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Jordan Sandor is an ex-spy basically. Worked for the CIA and made a lot of enemies while doing so. One of his few friends was Dan Peters who knew all about Jordan's past but liked him any. Theirs was a mutual respect and it led to Jordan agreeing to see a man Dan had come across who had a story to tell to someone who would know what the information was worth. But before they could meet up with the
guy, they met up with some folks they could have done without. Especially Dan who is fatally injured when they stop assist a downed officer.
The guy had a sister who can't keep herself out of trouble and who doesn't want out of whatever happened to him. She attaches herself to Jordan with the intent of "helping". She travels with him to Paris, Italy and points ocean-ward until Jordan gets a call from another old friend who tells him something he really didn't need to hear:
A fast-moving great listen which is the beginning of the Jordan Sandor group of tales. They don't pull any punches, sometimes you don't know if you like the hero and sometimes you know you don't.
Christopher Lane was outstanding with the delivery of the story.
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