James falls into all kinds of trouble and gets lucky. Not much real spy work by James, but a whole lot of action. Warning, it is dated and racist, but gives good insight into the thinking of the late 50s and the change to the 60s.
Tons of action
James in the warehouse using his detective skills
Sharks, Voodoo and a pretty girl....I can read your mind.
Very likable characters in a story with twists and turns. Well crafted and performance was great.
Interesting information but needs a different narrator.
Truthful information, including that the escapee is a flawed individual and unable to adapt to life outside the prison.
Narrator is the author, flat and boring tone to his voice.
Narration leaves a lot to be desired. Flat monotone and edits of the read are very obvious.
Great description of gambling
a wickedly good listen. Just some frivolous fun and a nice gritty James Bond. Now I know why Ian Fleming is one of the worlds best selling authors.
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