There are no surprises here, but the story was engaging, and the narrator suited the genre just fine. If you like murder mysteries with some espionage mixed in, then you'll enjoy this one.
I have read all of Brian Haig's fiction, generally getting them in hard cover, not wanting to wait for the paperback. Additionally, I rarely if ever re-read any book, but I have listened to a couple of Haig's book in audio format while running along the Mississippi River. I agree with the other listeners who have identified this reader as one of the worst. I would prefer to listen to computer-generated readings or listen to a touch-tone phone answering monologue. So, don't skip this last book by Brian Haig....simply get in paper.
I did not finish listening to this book because I started getting a tick just from listening the breathing of the narrator, it was totally distracting.
I really tried, I read a previous comment about the breathing, but unfortunately, I did not take heed.
Another excellent book from Brian Haig. Complex plot, lots of twists and turns. Some realistic and graphic descriptions of the war, and the politics behind the scenes. This book did tend to ramble occasionally with philosophical observations or introspections which interrupted the flow of the action. The author is very funny at times and I laughed out loud. I recommend this book.
I enjoyed Man in the Middle. While it was long and the plot at times was complex the book kept me listening and engaged. I also felt like the narrator was great. No issues here. Get this one. You won't be disappointed.
i enjoyed the listen, but found this book less exciting than his previous novels. little too much talk and not enough action also a little confusing at times, but i am easily confused
I enjoyed Books 5 & 7 of this series, but Book 6... I struggled to get through this book. The narrator is irritating, like fingernails on a chalk board, & a far cry from the soothing yet engaging narrations of Scott Brick & Christopher Lane. Still, the entire time I listened to this book, I kept asking myself if the narration could have such a significant impact on my poor opinion of the story. In the end, I decided that, while the narration didn't help, this story is very "jerky" and poorly resolved compared to Books 5 & 7. I enjoyed the book more as it came to a close, but it wasn't enough to change my opinion. Books 1-4 are not available on Audible currently, so I haven't listened to those, but will continue to consider to Brian Haig books due to the quality of Books 5 & 7