The Assassin's Wife: A Thriller

  • by Roger Weston
  • Narrated by Kitty Hendrix
  • 8 hrs and 20 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Drama professor Meg Coles is in a state of shock after her husband is terminated and she barely escapes the killers. Now she is on the run, on the F.B.I.'s most wanted list, and a fugitive of the law and of government assassins. She learns that she knows very little about the man she's been married to for ten years. She must become a criminal to survive and to find out the truth, and she must get answers before the death teams silence her permanently.

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Oh, what a tangled web we weave

“Oh, what a tangled web we weave, when first we practice to deceive.”

Eric Coles was dead, shot by a sniper. He died in Meg Coles arms.His last words telling her he was sorry, he wasn’t who she thought he was, and to get the wooden box and run for her life. Meg is now on the run with Neil, her neighbors brother(?). During the next few days she will become a fugitive. Someone very powerful is behind the murder and the attempts on her life. She quickly learns not to trust anyone but the people Eric told her to.

There was a lot of action in this story. It bounced around the upper northwest part of the states and even into Alaska. I checked up on some of the places mentioned and they were there. I really liked the Snake River and Hell’s canyon parts. It’s just as Weston stated.The one problem I had with the whole plot was that Meg, a drama professor with no gun or fighting talents, watched a video Eric left for her and was an instant Superwoman. Also, that she got into fights and just bounced back up and overcame the professional assassins. Just a little hard to believe. I’m not saying I didn’t like the book,
I did, but I did.

It started at the top of the rollercoaster, took off, and never let up. I started this audio book in the morning and finished in the evening. Just loved the audio. With the right reader you can live the action with the characters, and did Ms. Kitty ever deliver. Just loved the way she told this story. Her voice was clear and articulate. Brought them to life, it was fantastic.

I thought the cover was right on. The best action was on the river.

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Fun Story of with a Strong Female Character

What made the experience of listening to The Assassin's Wife: A Thriller the most enjoyable?

Overall the narration is what made this book fun. The story had some inconsistent parts that at time pulled me out of the suspension of disbelief, for instance when she would use military terms when just a while ago she was a housewife. That being said, the narration is topnotch and the overall concept of a strong female character is entertaining.


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Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-28-2014
  • Publisher: Weston Publishing Enterprises