The Rogue Agent : The Agent Series

  • by Daniel Judson
  • Narrated by Pete Simonelli
  • Series: The Agent Series
  • 8 hrs and 47 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Former covert ops agent Tom Sexton is living quietly in rural Vermont. Running a diner with his girlfriend, Stella, he thinks that the worst he's seen, done, and suffered is finally behind him. But when a long-hidden specter from his troubled past emerges, Tom is shaken out of his safe, furtive life. With no choice but to lock and load, Tom falls back into a world where valor and violence collide...and his isn't the only life in danger.
Summoned into the ranks of top-secret intelligence, Tom is tasked with protecting a teenage girl targeted by agents of an infamous mercenary. It's a high-risk mission that will pit all his combat and espionage skills against ruthless paramilitary hit squads. Leading them is a legendary and mysterious killer for hire who's making Tom doubt everything, and everyone, he has come to believe in. Even himself.
Surrounded by enemies he can't see and allies he can no longer trust, Tom will have to face alone the fatal fury of a madman - if only to save the woman he left behind.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Lots of action, action, action and more action!

The Rogue Agent is an action packed military/espionage thriller. The plot, to degree there is one, is very weak. There are many characters none of whom are memorable because there is almost no meaningful background on the characters. There is "suspense", but it is not intense because the plot is so weak and even the main characters are so poorly developed.

I have tried to justify a higher rating for this book. But near constant killing in multiple ways with mild suspense without a recognizable plot and decent character development do not justify a higher rating. Neither does the excellent narration.
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- Wayne

Great Character Possibilities - Can Author Deliver

Daniel Judson has developed a variety of potentially good characters - more than just the 2 apparent leads (Tom and Charlie). Can he split them and occasionally bring them back together without taking the easy way out by simply killing one or the other?

Likewise, lightly used characters like Grune could prove interesting. I look forward to seeing where Judson goes with his story and character development. In my opinion, he's off to a very good start.
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- Robert

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-18-2017
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio