A Bulgarian arms dealer known as the Ghost moves into Harding's turf with sights on controlling the ports. Supplying terrorist cells with electromagnet pulse weapons capable of blacking out major cities, the Ghost puts a bounty on Harding's West Coast Avengers.
Flooding the area with Boko Haram Nigerian gangsters and assassins imported to cause havoc among the population hits a snag. The terrorist arms dealer's forces ram head on into an unimpressed Monster Squad of killers they never dreamed existed in politically correct America.
©2015 RJ Parker Publishing and Bernard DeLeo (P)2015 RJ Parker Publishing and Bernard DeLeo
Yes but it is difficult to listen to a good story poorly narrated.
John Harding's no nonsense posse is at its best. Nice character development for future stories.
A very choppy, monotone, performance. Narrator continually grasps for air mid sentence. Read too quickly and without passion.
Don Kline's performance was so horrible, I quit the book after less than 30 minutes. I just couldn't stand how he ruined the work.
Absolutely! I loved books 1-4. I was so excited to dig into book 5.
He has the voice of an adolescent, and he read DeLeo's work at unintelligble light speed. Ridiculous. He makes John Harding sound cartoonish and leaves him with zero credibility. I have a couple thousand hours of 'Audible' listening, and this is the worst narration I ever heard.
I want my credit back. Really. I do.
Kevin Pierce as the narrator.
No offense to Don, but I couldn't listen to him as the Dark Lord or any of the characters I have come to enjoy from the first four books.
To be fair, I didn't get very far as the "performance" made it impossible to continue. I will try the old fashion text, but this was a pass.
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