Larisa recognized the KGB officer and recognized him as a traitor she had seen as a six-year-old child. Then he recognized her, as well, and Larisa was on the run. CIA agent Morrison wants to find her to save her, to hold her one last time. But Morrison knows his only hope now might be for revenge.
©1982 Charles D. Taylor (P)2015 David N. Wilson
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I must be honest, this isn't more normal genre. I truly don't care about historical stories or any that pertain to it, especially when it comes to Germany. I tried really hard to like this story but it just wasn't the story for me. Although, for those out there that enjoy history and the war that Adolf Hitler started then this story might be for you. Of course the story isn't all about war but yet in a way it is. Larisa witnesses something at the young age of six and to stay alive she continues to run with help from the CIA.
The narrator George Kuch did a wonderful job in the telling of this story. I felt his narration and the distinguishing of each characters were great. This is the first time I've listened to anything by this narrator but I will look for more of his work. Even though I didn't care for the story, the narrator kept me glued to it. I received this audio in exchange for an honest review.
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