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"Listen, Drummond, your client betrayed this country in ways too horrible to contemplate..."
In the history of espionage, there's never been one like him. But Major Sean Drummond never says die. Especially when an old flame begs him to defend her brigadier general husband in the biggest treason case in US history. And even when Drummond is up against the fiercest prosecutor in the Army and fighting two murder charges. With an unconventional and beautiful co-counsel, Drummond plunges into an investigation that will unearth a damning array of secrets and cover-ups - and reveal a master manipulator who doesn't care who or what goes up in flames - as long as Drummond's client burns.
©2003 Brian Haig (P)2016 Tantor
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"Haig seems to get better with each book, and Drummond is a marvelously imperfect hero." ( Library Journal)
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By shelley on 12-29-16

Sean Drummond is forever bucking the big shots

This is the third book in the Sean Drummond series. I am so glad that this has finally been done on Audible. As with the other books in this series it has nail biting tension, action, humor, sarcasm and a Great espionage story. Brian Haig is in my opinion the best author for this genre. I am really hoping that since the series is being filled in that maybe he will begin actively writing again.
Joe Barrett does an excellent job narrating. His timing is perfect and he gets where to emphasize, especially the sarcasm.
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By Kathryn on 01-22-17

3/4 of the book is great, the ending not so much

Haig writes a more sophisticated thriller than many. He incorporates many shades of grey often showing how black and white often doesn't exist. My complaint is how this story wrapped up. Spoiler alert: From the point in the story where Sean goes off to Siberia to the end was a disappointment and really didn't fit with the rest of the book. I have listened to all of Haig's books that are available and enjoyed everyone except this one. Am I glad I listened? yes, but will I ever listen to it again, no. Book is better than most but I don't think up to the standards of other novels by this author.

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