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Publisher's Summary

The plan is so complex, the target so well protected that the three snipers have to rehearse the killing in the seclusion of the Arizona desert. Cole Howard of the FBI knows he has only days to prevent the audacious assassination. But he doesn’t know who the target is or where the crack marksmen will strike.
Former SAS sergeant Mike Cramer is also on the trail, infiltrating the Irish community in New York as he tracks down Mary Hennessy, the ruthless killer who tore his life apart. Unless Cramer and Howard agree to cooperate, the world will witness the most spectacular terrorist coup of all time.…
©1994 Stephen Leather (P)2006 Isis Publishing Ltd
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3 out of 5 stars
By Corey P. Riddle on 02-13-18

Worst Narration Ever

This dude mispronounced every town in the USA. His “western”, “southern”, and “American” accents are atrocious. This is the result when you try to produce an audio book on a shoestring budget.

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5 out of 5 stars
By GRAHAM on 03-31-17

Excellent Book

The book and story were excellent, my only criticism is the accents used by the narrator.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Drmartin on 02-05-17

Oh dear the accents - still a good book

What made the experience of listening to The Long Shot the most enjoyable?

The storyline. It is a really good book

What was one of the most memorable moments of The Long Shot?

No one thing stands out

What do you think the narrator could have done better?

Accents. The best way to enjoy this book is simply to imagine many of the characters are aliens. eg the Irish come from Mars, the Americans from Neptune and the Italian New York FBI agent from Pluto. That way you stop thinking about the atrocious accents and can enjoy the story. The narrator has a pleasant voice but his accents and pronunciation of some words leave a lot to be desired.

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