This is a wonderful book. It has intrigue, suspense, and very likable characters. It is classic Archer writing. The one thing that I found most annoying, past the point of distraction, was the narrators feeble attempts at accents. His narration in general was well done, but when he slipped into what he perceived to be a Middle Eastern accent, I was distracted from the story-line by the lameness. All in all, a good listen if you are able to get past the aforementioned.
I was unable to get past the first forty minutes or so of this book due to my strong aversion to this narrator. I was unable to keep going even though I gave it two attempts. It seemed to me as if the narrator should have been a male as the "voice" I heard from the sections of the book I was able to get through was not a feminine one. Just my opinion and not meant to be an attack on this person.
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