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Publisher's Summary

Conscience can be a killer...
A plot to kill a nation, hatched by a secret cabal of ex-cold warriors intent on finishing the war that defined their existence. One man, who in a crisis of conscience, passes information about the plot on to his brother, a shattered soul living on the edges of society.
When Kurt Vetter learns of his brother's murder, he has no idea how far he will travel, how much he will sacrifice, in order to uncover the truth. With the help of Amanda Carter, a shadowy figure from his brother's past, he races across the globe, staying one step ahead of a trained assassin, in a desperate bid to prevent the unthinkable from becoming reality.
©2010 William Esmont (P)2013 William Esmont
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By Amazon Customer on 10-25-16

Worst. Narration. Ever.

An engaging storyline is the only thing that kept me listening to an overly nasal dialogue, with little to no difference between male and female vocalization. Perhaps I've been spoiled by Barry Eisler...

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By spacechick365 on 10-05-15

Intriguing political type story

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Yes, It is a great short story full of action with a very intriguing plot. It was only a few hours long but I couldn't stop listening to it.

What other book might you compare The Patriot Paradox to and why?

Power Games by R.A. Peters. They both are very realistic political based stories.

What does Kevin Pierce bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

He did a really good job of reading the story and keeping it interesting.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

no I was planning on reading it over the course of a week.

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