Narrator Simon Vance delivers this well-researched military adventure with his well-trained voice and acting ability. Vance uses an authoritative tone to weave this tapestry of intrigue and backroom dealings. With perfect pacing and emphasis on the most important and interesting words, Vance delivers the twists and turns of this tale of international intrigue with rising tension and an even pace. Vance also masters accents from several continents with ease and confidence. Listeners searching for a fast-paced adventure will find Vance a competent companion.
Nasir turns to France with their Hunter Killer guided missile submarines, which can inflict devastating damage on the massive oil installations on the shores of the Red Sea and the Persian Gulf.
Under the command of the mysterious and lethally effective Col. Jacques Gamoudi, nicknamed Le Chasseur, or "The Hunter", the ferocious battle for the desert kingdom begins. As the world's oil markets plunge into chaos, Admiral Arnold Morgan and Lt. Cdr. Jimmy Ramshawe are summoned to the White House to discover that Gamoudi has been joined by none other than Morgan's archenemy, Hamas General Ravi Rashood, in the battle for the capital city of Riyadh.
©2005 Patrick Robinson; (P)2005 HarperCollins Publishers, Inc.
The book provides instant action and plot twists. Very well told . The culprits may find you taken aback . Just enough character deinition when needed .. but the story does not plod, in fact it races away when you want it to.
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