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In this wickedly funny novel, Robert Ludlum combines the explosive pacing of The Bourne Identity and The Bourne Supremacy with a bitingly witty send-up of everything from government bureaucrats and pandering military men to the mob, the law, and organized religion.
War hero and infamous ladies’ man General MacKenzie Hawkins is a living legend. His life story has even been sold to Hollywood. But now he stands accused of defacing a historic monument in China’s Forbidden City. Under house arrest in Peking, with a case against him pending in Washington, it looks like the end of Mac’s illustrious career.
But he has a plan of his own - and it includes kidnapping the Pope. What’s the ransom? Just one American dollar - for every Catholic in the world. Add to the mix a slew of shady “investors”; Hawkins’ four persuasive, well-endowed ex-wives; and a young lawyer and fellow soldier who wants nothing more than to return to private life - and you’ve got one relentlessly irreverent page-turner.
©1992 Robert Ludlum (P)1991 Random House Audio
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By Guil Parker on 05-23-13

Ludlum;s true calling

What did you love best about The Road to Gandolfo?

It put me in mind of Biller Wilder at his best, A laugh a minute. Outrageous storyline, memorable characters and perfect pacing. I was actually laughing out loud. I found myself imagining the perfect cast for the story. It would make a great movie.I'm reading the sequel the Road to Omaha, and it doesn't miss abeat.

What other book might you compare The Road to Gandolfo to and why?

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Have you listened to any of Scott Brick’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

I have listened to dozens of Scott Bick's performances and this could be his best. His British accents are a bit stilted but, easily forgiveable.I still give him a 10 on this. No one else could have pulled this off as well.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?

"And you thought you knew Robert Ludlum"

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By Carole Weamer on 08-01-17

Hard to follow

This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

I thought this story was very hard to follow. Not my favorite R. Ludlum story.

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