Tracker : Sigma Force

  • by James Rollins
  • Narrated by Christian Baskous
  • Series: Sigma Force
  • 3 hrs and 1 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

From New York Times best-selling author James Rollins comes a stirring story of a soldier and his military war dog who are drawn into a dark mystery tracing back to World War II and a lost treasure tied to the bones of the dead.
Off the blustery streets in the medieval heart of Budapest, Captain Tucker Wayne and his war dog, Kane, rescue a mysterious woman fleeing three armed men. The secret she holds will unlock a terrible treasure, one steeped in blood and treachery, tied to a crime going back to the fall of Nazi Germany and a heritage of suffering and pain that reaches out from the past to wreak havoc today. In a final showdown in the depths of a lost cemetery, truths will be unearthed, treasures will be exposed, and the fate of all will rest upon the shoulders of one man and a dog whose courage is beyond measure.
Included within this thrilling story is a sneak peek at the opening chapters of Bloodline, in which the further exploits of Tucker and Kane will be revealed.

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While I was expecting this book to be a short story, the first one was the only one to fit that bill. The remainder was a collection of clips from three books I have already read. If you are new to the Tucker Wayne character and have not read any of the books, then this is a great introduction to the series.
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- Audrey K. Morrison

Meet new series heroes, Tucker Wayne and Kane

What made the experience of listening to Tracker the most enjoyable?

The perspective of Kane, the dog, gave an interesting change up in the story telling.


What other book might you compare Tracker to and why?

This dovetails in with James Rollins' SIGMA series and follows a similar style.


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

Not that I can recall.


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

There was a definite sense of suspense during the final confrontation.


Any additional comments?

A good start to a promising new series.

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- Richard S. Swol "Rich Swol"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-15-2015
  • Publisher: HarperAudio