The Ambler Warning

  • by Robert Ludlum
  • Narrated by Scott Sowers
  • 16 hrs and 59 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

On Parrish Island, a restricted island off the coast of Virginia, is a little-known and never-visited psychiatric facility. There, far from prying eyes, the government stores former intelligence employees whose psychiatric states make them a danger to their own government, people whose ramblings might endanger ongoing operations or prove dangerously inconvenient. One of these employees, former Consular Operations agent Hal Ambler, is kept heavily medicated and closely watched. But there's one difference between Hal and the other patients, Hal isn't crazy. With the help of a sympathetic nurse, Hal manages to clear his mind of the drug-induced haze and then pulls off a daring escape. Now he's out to discover who stashed him here and why, but the world he returns to isn't the one he remembers. Friends and longtime associates don't remember him, there are no official records of Hal Ambler, and, when he first sees himself in the mirror, the face that looks back at him is not the one he knows as his own.

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What the Critics Say

"Ludlum packs more suspense into his novels than any other six-pack of thriller writers combined." (The New York Times)

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Customer Reviews

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What Were They Thinking?

Could have been a great ride. If the narrator was asked to read this
book in this manner, he should have turned the job down. Seems like
an interesting story but my mind wandered so much due to narration not holding my attenton, could not wait until it was over
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- Patsy Bailey

Listener be warned

I have loved Robert Ludlum novels since my introduction to his writing in the early 80's. I have travelled to exotic locales, fought enemies of mankind, and loved with all the passion of his characters as they triumphed in their pursuits. But, the Ambler Warning is an utter disappointment. Be warned, this is not up to the character or caliber of Robert Ludlum. Perhaps he has lost his touch.
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- Mike Thornburg

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-06-2005
  • Publisher: Macmillan Audio