When someone starts assassinating paparazzi in three countries, Mi7 sits up. Apparently, the killer is none other than Dmitri Vassyli Kramski, retired field-operative and former Kremlin protégé. Kramski's trail leads deep into London's émigré community, forcing his pursuers into conflict with an unknown organization bent on protecting him. Bit by bit, he begins to look less like a professional assassin and more like someone plotting to scupper the foundations of Western democracy itself. To compound matters, the Russians are as baffled by him as anyone.
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This book was a suspenseful, satisfying page turner. The narrator smoothly transported you through the plot's twists and turns, hooking you from beginning to end. Highly recommend!
Great mystery! Truly inspired narration plus a great story makes this a fantastic listen! Can't wait to download the next in series! --
“I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.”
I rate on how mush I enjoyed a book, I am not a book critic.
It was a well balanced story, with action, political intrigues, murder, comedy, individuals with personalities and some romantic relationships.
Yes, realistic, intelligent and engaging with well developed individual characters. Well observed and described situations. I could recommend a simpler story line, all the twists was just a bit overwhelming for me.
Just the right amount of ascents and character voices, not detracting from the story.
Yes it was very engaging. I did not always follow the political agendas, but it did not hinder me following the story line.
I recommend this book and will listen more from the author. "This audio book was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review."
I love the multiple dimensions that books offer as a place to dwell for moments or the end of time.
This is a significant difference... This title by J. J. Ward and narrated with a gifted performance by Fiona Thraille, is a gripping thriller. Tho I've not read JR Ward it appears to be a different genre.
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