Once, Charlie Dean was a Marine sniper in Quang Nam Province. Today he's a Deep Black operator, returning to Vietnam to find the source of some threatening e-mail. Instead, he comes face to face with a man he once hunted down...and thought he had killed.
Fear for the Nation
Back in the U.S., Deep Black agent Lisa DeFrancesca has uncovered the trail of a killer in Dean's path. Now, with every asset, weapon, bug and high-tech magic wand Desk Three can wave, the agents enter a terrifying global race against time. Because ghosts of the past have risen to life...to strike a death blow at the heart of the USA.
Special ops: listen to another Deep Black thriller.
©2008 Stephen Coonts; (P)2008 Brilliance Audio
"Coonts know how to write and build suspense." (The New York Times Book Review)
Skull Session is one of my very favorite books and after listening to Conspiracy I think it is largely due to Christopher Lane. I love his voice and his reading of Conspiracy makes it seem more sinister and dark than the usual narrator who lends a comical tone to the Deep Black series. I totally enjoyed the three times I listened to this book, getting more out of each "listen". I hope they keep Christopher Lane as the narrator and I am definitely going to listen to everything he narrates.
Charlie and Lia are back! And Tommy Karr too! It seems like the further into this series I go, the better it gets. My only complaint, and this goes to all the authors of military thrillers, is that these operatives aren't supermen, but yet they live on through things that would kill us normals. Lia's recovery from her rape is one such issue. She's still in a relationship with Dean, but most women don't even want to be touched after something so traumatic...
Tommy Karr hands down. At first I thought he was just there for comic relief, but he pulls his own, and really helps the team.
Nah, Mil-spec thrillers don't move me one way or another.
Great Book. We need More books like this one. If you what to listen to his other books the you need to listen to this one so the other make more sense.
My wife and I were very disappointed after the stellar performance by J Charles in the previous Deep Black books. I can't say we would have not listened to other Deep Black books, but the absence of Mr Charles is sorely missed. That being said, we found the story line adequate and await listening to Arctic Gold.
A mediocre novel that uses Stephen Coonts' name to help sell it. Then to top it off the narrator/performer is annoying. I've heard worse but not if I can help it.
I'm sorry to say but this book was terrible. It's the first audiobook that I had to stop listening to. Incredibly unrealistic. Not worth the time I put into it.
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