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The Good Spy Dies Twice is an action-packed, psychological thriller that never lets up. Jack Boxer is a newlywed, ex-investigative journalist and ex-host of Bullseye as well as a man tortured by the death of his sound man. Add in the Cold War, double agents, a lost painting and greed to complete the psychological thrill and mystery of this book.
Recovering from a nervous breakdown, Jack comes face to face with espionage and the New World Order in Alaska at an isolated ski resort. Having lost his sound man to the New World Order and espionage, Jack is taken by surprise when he discovers his new wife is neck-deep in spying where she texts him the same words as a recently executed killer. Jack discovers that Claire (his wife) is writing an earth shattering news story that is Bullseye worthy.
Trapped in a closed resort facing starvation, starving wolves and members of the New World Order, Jack is left to save the day. Can he get those few left with him to a safe place before the bomb arrives or will they all meet the same fate as his sound man? Recovering from a near death experience and crippled with a broken back, Jack pushes forward to tell the world.
Mark Hosack creates a world where the Cold War still exists and there are mind-blowing twists and turns in this thriller that keeps the listener mesmerized. The Good Spy Dies Twice is a well-written plot with characters that are developed in a realistic way. The situations that Jack finds himself are realistic as well. Hosack describes the helplessness of Jack not being able to find Claire to the possibility of being wolf food in a vivid and detailed style. Hosack does an excellent job of tying everything together and in growing Jack into a character that connects to the listeners.
The narrator, also the author Mark Hosack does his novel justice as the listener is treated to a passionate performance and the smooth flow of a narrator connecting to the story. He speaks clearly and concisely. His passion, excitement, doubt, fear, pain and more are portrayed in a riveting performance.
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Audiobook was purchased for review by ABR.
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10 of 11 people found this review helpful
As an avid listener to audiobooks, it was really refreshing to have the narration accompanied by real foreign accents and background sounds really putting you in the environment. An added plus is the author actually performing the narration, who else knows how the spy tale mixed with Indiana Jones adventure should be told.
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