The Three-Nine Line : A Cordell Logan Mystery

  • by David Freed
  • Narrated by Ray Porter
  • Series: A Cordell Logan Mystery
  • 8 hrs and 30 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

More than 40 years after their release from the notorious "Hanoi Hilton", three American prisoners of war return to Vietnam to make peace with their most brutal former captor, a guard whom they've dubbed "Mr. Wonderful". The US State Department hopes reconciliation will help cement a major trade agreement between Washington and the Vietnamese. But when Mr. Wonderful is found murdered, the three ex-POWs are accused of the crime, and the multibillion-dollar deal threatens to unravel. Enter pilot, still-aspiring Buddhist, and former military assassin Cordell Logan.
Working with a newly formed covert intelligence unit that answers directly to the White House, Logan is dispatched to Hanoi to identify the real killer as the trade agreement threatens to implode. What he soon uncovers proves to be a vexing and increasingly dangerous mystery. Who really killed the guard and why? Unlocking the answers will test every ounce of Logan's ingenuity and resolve while risking his life as never before.
Like its three predecessors in the Cordell Logan mystery series, Flat Spin, Fangs Out, and Voodoo Ridge, The Three-Nine Line is a classic, pulse-pounding pause resister. Legions of loyal listeners and critics alike have hailed the humor and full-throttle pacing. The Three-Nine Line may well be the best yet.


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Customer Reviews

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Cordell Logan is Back Again!

What did you love best about The Three-Nine Line?

That this book has the freshness of Flat Spin. It made me remember why I first got hooked to this series.

What did you like best about this story?

The sarcasm of Cordell Logan, as

What about Ray Porter’s performance did you like?

Ray Porter knocked it out the park again. I can imagine anyone else reading as Cordell Logan. He does all the voices so effortlessly. I hope David Freed never switches him out again.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Hearing the torture stories from the POWs and the after effects. I would like to think that David Freed exaggerated the tales, but I don't think he did.

Any additional comments?

It did have a slight continuity issue. In this book, Cordell still has his Alpha backup gun, but in Voodoo Ridge, he threw that gun into the ocean.

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- qpj100 "Writing is not my forte, but I can listen with the best of them!"

Another great addition to this Series!

I always look forward to the new Cordell Logan books . This is a very good and witty mystery series. Cordell Logan is a flight instructor who keeps getting invovled in solving murders due to his former black ops background. I have listened to all four novels to date and loved them all. The narrator, Ray Porter is very gifted and makes the stories even better.
If you want a good series to listen to I highly recommend this one.
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- Chris

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-31-2015
  • Publisher: Blackstone Audio, Inc.