A letter from an aunt spurs an investigation that leads from murder to international slave traders.
Then there is the question of who do you trust!
A great read!
I read the book and thought I would listen to the audio. I always enjoy the sound effects of these books. Its kind of like watching a movie but no parts are taken out. Any body with an imagination who also loves these kind of book - this is a must listen. Keep up the excellent work.
Unlike most audios, having the guy/girl voice really brings the book to life. Love it, Love it Love it.
I haven't looked into it. But suddenly it seems obvious that it's a direct tribute. Maybe Lee Child is in on it.
The second in the series, every bit as exciting as the first and third. John Puller kicks some serious ass, with the help of some new friends.
The story brought together a couple of parallel themes that meshed nicely in the end.
I identified with the motivations that drove the central charters