Reformed from his days of as a covert operative and assassin for the US government, Paul Janson has a new mission and a new partner. Working independently with highly skilled sharpshooter Jessica Kincaid, Janson only takes operations he believes contributes to the world's greater good. When his latest job rescuing a doctor abducted in international waters by African pirates goes haywire, Janson realizes he's caught in the middle of something much bigger.
©2012 Paul Garrison (P)2012 Hachette Audio
Paul did an excellent job! Can't wait for the next one. Each time a book is written about a Ludlum character I order it and save it for a special occasion, because as usual I can't put it down. The Janson Command was no exception. If you like Robert Ludlum characters and writing style this novel is a must read or listen.
Paul you need to write more espionage. This was an outstanding novel. I couldn't find any more on audible.
This is a good mystery novel. However, it's not as good as the earlier books. I found I could put it down at about any time. I prefer real page turners that keep me up until late at night. It's worth using a credit but if I had my choice of a Clive Cussler, Ted Bell or Dean Koonts at the same time as this, this would be at the bottom of the list. I'd say it was just an average read but still worth using a credit the Grayman novels.
Getting to read about Paul Janson again, after so many years, was just exhilarating. Garrison did an outstanding job writing this novel, and I eagerly look forward to getting to read more about Janson in the future. I recommend this book to any old Ludlum fans, it is a great read.
I really like this book, the story was always moving and did not bog down with details.
The character involvement was excellent. The interaction between all the character was realistic and believable.
I wouldn't say this was Robert Ludlum book, it does however keep the same Janson story line.
I would not say you should read the books before this one in order to understand this one. It was a great story of it's own. Although it did follow the other Janson books.
It was a good book and I really had a great time listening to it.
tense, descriptive and entertaining
Many, there were so many twists and turns....
The beginning where he recruited and saved a former agent bent on self destruction.
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Rarely disappointing, Ludlum delivers. good action, suspense, not a disappointment in the least. one you go from start to finish. Look forward to my commute.
Didn't care for this book.. Never did quite understand plot.
Performance was fine. Story Line uneven.
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