Yes. It was a good story and Stuart Neville is a very good author.
The premise that the Protestant Irish and the IRA collaborated with the Nazis and Nazi sympathizers.
Flat voice with some characters, stilted sentences. Not enough change of voice/accent between the different people in the story.
I loved Neville's first novel, "Ghosts of Belfast", But his second book "Collusion", didn't match up to the first, and unfortunately, the third "Ratlines", was even more of a disappointment. The narrator's voice was too nasal or hesitant for me.
I would rather hear more of the Irish writer, Gene Kerrigan, especially his new one called "The Rage", but it is not on the U.S. version of Audible. I don't know why that is.
I wish Audible would add a "Suggestions List" for books we want to hear but are not in their canon.
Good story and in the top of my audiobooks
Ryan's determination to see it through to the end
Ryan's stakeout of the house and discovering the fourth man.
just enjoy it.
like it a lot