Peter Hosking gives an engaging performance of Geoff McGeachin’s thrilling crime novel Sensitive New Age Spy. Special Agent Alby Murdoch wants nothing more than a good cup of coffee and time to relax. Unfortunately, a tanker carrying deadly cargo in Sydney Harbor gets hijacked and there’s a shootout on a U.S. Navy cruiser. The body count’s up to three, someone’s made off with a Seahawk chopper, and it’s unclear who is responsible for this mess. The government wants Alby out. But why? Meanwhile, his trust issues are challenged by Lieutenant Kingston, a weapons specialist with a spectacular body.
Who's behind the mayhem? Why is the government intent on shutting down Alby's investigation? What's the connection to the smooth-talking Reverend Priday, spiritual leader to the upwardly mobile? And can Alby trust Lieutenant Kingston, a weapons specialist with the longest legs he's ever seen on a sailor and not a tattoo anywhere on her stunning body? Special agent Alby Murdoch, reluctant hero of the riotous D-E-D Dead!, is right back in the thick of things in another hilarious romp.
©2008 Geoff McGeachin; (P)2008 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd.
Sensitive New Age Spy, Alby Murdoch and his adventures, is well worth the time. I found the characters real, the plot involved enough to be intriguing but not too complicated, and sprinklings of tongue-in-cheek humor to bring chuckles to this reader. I am delighted with the main character and look forward to more adventures of this Crocodile Dundee type spy guy.
Peter Hosking as Alby Murdoch brings the whole book to life. Let's hear more Peter.
Absolutely. The story line is fun; the characters are decently developed; the narrator has a pleasant voice and right for this story.
I love his accent. It sounds like he had fun making this audiobook. His voice fits the plot, setting, and characters.
Thank you, Mr. McGeachin, for another fabulous read!
I am an avid lover of books and stories. Audible has provided a great outlet for me to read when otherwise I couldn't. I love dogs.
It was a solid and funny story that didin't try to be more than it is.
No, but it it moved nicely.
Yes, he is always good.
this is a fine book you will not regret ordering.
Love that the guy from blue heelers is the voice actor, he is brilliant!! Love mcgeachins Nods to fat50&f'd
good interesting reader peter hosking is a great storyteller he makes the charicters come to life
great story well put together
from the start it stared interesting
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