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For almost a half century, the KGB kept secret the most devastating political plot the Soviets have ever evolved. It began in a French farmhouse in 1947, and lay dormant until the Cold War ended. Then in an election year, a Russian sleeper agent initiates the Sokova Convention to take control of the United States.
In a safe house in France, in 1947, a Russian KGB Agent enters and kills a master OSS agent and his wife during childbirth and kidnaps their infant son. The infant is rescued moments before the KGB agent can leave France. Every trace of this horrendous act is destroyed and no record of the kidnapping exist.
Decades later, a KGB sleeper-agent discovers a super-secret file detailing a decades old plot to control the White House and is determined to reveal his discovery - the CIA sleeper agent, embedded in the KGB, is killed before he can complete the delivery to his CIA handler. The sleeper-agent lives long enough to warn CIA agent Kevin Chapin about a powerful mole in the American Government and how the mole's role in the upcoming presidential elections are the key, and unless he can expose the dark secret, the ruthless enemies of our country will stop at nothing to seize control of the United States.....
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By Lia on 07-21-17
3.5 Good Book
The story and plot were really good. There was Action, Suspense, and espionage, spy thriller which made for a good listen. But for me there were some issues.
The narrator was a little flat. Seemed to have only one emotion. And read pretty quickly. I found myself back tracking because I missed a bit of the story. As I said like the story and plot and the fleshed out characters but some parts really dragged on as things were explained like it was being taught in a classroom.
I received a free copy of this book for an honest and unbiased review.
Overall a good book which could have been a great book.
6 of 6 people found this review helpful
By Jan M on 07-14-17
What a thrilling book! I loved the storyline! This book was very interesting to me. I've been intrigued with history, espionage, politics and travel from my early teens. In fact, I've even met some real spy's that were in World War II. The narration on this book was good, but not awesome. I had some trouble distinguishing some of the various characters. I also thought that the narrator did not put enough emotion and accents into his performance. (I listen to audiobooks daily, so I am picky regarding the performance of the narrator.) My review is not a synopsis of the book, but rather my opinion of it. The author of this book was new to me, while I had heard the narrator before. I would look for more books by both in the future. I will listen to this book again when I am in the mood for an action adventure listen. I was voluntarily provided with this review copy audiobook at no charge by the author, publisher, and/or narrator.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful