The Chemist

  • by Alan Field
  • Narrated by Eric G. Dove
  • 9 hrs and 59 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The most virulent weapon of mass destruction will be unleashed upon the world, but Delta Force veteran Daniel Strong isn't about to let that happen. Recalled from the depths of drug addiction and depression, Danny is the last chance for the CIA to stop an auction in New York where powerful weapons dealers are to bid for the right to proliferate a deadly neurotoxin. The road to finding the auction's location leads directly to the weapon's creator: a devil in Tory Burch flats and heroin addict who has committed the chemical compound to memory. Yet Danny isn't the only one chasing her. He must protect her from a sadistic Palestinian terrorist known only as Sabir, who wants to use the weapon to destroy Israel and will do anything - including torture - to get it. Danny must walk a fine line to control his obsession to resolve a dark secret from his past and his feelings for the chemist that could compromise the operation's objective - before it's too late.


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From the very beginning of the book I was drawn into the seedy world of terrorism in the Middle East, then to New York where we learn more about Danny’s background and how his life is again about to take a drastic turn., Extreme, flawed, brilliant, and dangerous characters are portrayed throughout . The book wasn’t predictable and the author is very knowledgeable about science and military technology. Great thriller.
"I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review."

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- Darc

A solid thriller

I was given this free review copy audio book at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

Overall, a decent and entertaining experience. The narrator was fantastic. I hadn't heard anything from Eric G Dove before but I'll keep him in mind going forward. He did a great job of making characters come alive. My only beef with the story was that two of the main characters are drug addicts. I thought this took up too much of the story line. I see how this could give Danny empathy for Tory, but I found the talk of addiction a bit distracting. That being said, I still enjoyed the story and the plot did have a couple of turns I didn't completely expect. It's definitely worth a listen if you like these types of thrillers.
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- Tyler U.

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-28-2017
  • Publisher: Author's Republic