we only got to the Fourth chapter because we were frustrated with the killer's narration. He seemed to whisper, which made it difficult to understand unless the volume was way up, then he'd suddenly talk loudly and blast our ears. we were constantly adjusting the volume and couldn't enjoy the story, which I'm sure was intriguing.
This story has a ring of the actual London Olympics. There are many chapters to segregate and define the story activities. interesting story well described with details easily visualized by the reader.
Paul needs to work on his American accent. We don't all sound like a drowsy John Wayne.
Having played a role in both obtaining the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games and the risk management of the 1996 Games, I found the games-related aspects of the story both accurate and respectful. Also, the audio book was a great listen,
Hard Core Yogi
And absolutely thrilling from the start to the end. The characters are really developed. The story is full of constant intrigue!
It took me a while to understand what was going on. I thought I would have to go back a few chapters. I really didn't like the USA Private Team not being included in this book. I guess there are other "Private Teams" in other countries that we have to get to know.