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The Lazarus File: How Often Must an Undercover Agent Die in Order to Survive? | [Donn Taylor]

The Lazarus File: How Often Must an Undercover Agent Die in Order to Survive?

The United States, caught in a dangerous game of global espionage, turns a CIA agent working deep under cover as a drug pilot in Colombia to protect a powerful and prominent woman held hostage in Columbia. Trapped in an industrial conspiracy that threatens to destabilize the Americas, the reluctant pair seeks to prevent an international terrorist strike aimed at the heart of the United States. Held captive in a remote Andean valley near the Bolivian border, the couple fights to save themselves and their respective counties.
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The United States, caught in a dangerous game of global espionage, turns a CIA agent working deep under cover as a drug pilot in Colombia to protect a powerful and prominent woman held hostage in Columbia. Trapped in an industrial conspiracy that threatens to destabilize the Americas, the reluctant pair seeks to prevent an international terrorist strike aimed at the heart of the United States. Held captive in a remote Andean valley near the Bolivian border, the couple fights to save themselves and their respective counties. With action ranging Havana Cuba to Jamaica, the Cayman Islands, San Juan Puerto Rico and beyond this fast-paced narrative features unexpected plot twists, thrilling flight sequences, and emotionally charged confrontations.

Locations: Medellin, Bogota, Havana, Cuba, Jamaica, Cayman Islands, Costa Rica, San Juan, and Langley Virginia.

Characters: Colombian guerrillas, Marxist rebels, spies, American expatriates, FARC, Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, Fuerzas Armada Revolucionarias de Colombia, ELN, National Liberation Army, Ejercito de Liberacion Nacional, drug cartels, CIA moles, counterintelligence operatives, CIA defectors, and corrupt politicians.

©2014 Donn Taylor (P)2014 Donn Taylor

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    "Drug lords, smuggling, a dead man with a new life!"
    What made the experience of listening to The Lazarus File the most enjoyable?

    It was a great story with lots of suspense and interesting concepts. It was fun to read and different from any other book I've read before. I really enjoyed it.


    Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?

    It was suspenseful. The main character has several where he comes to hard circumstances that make it an intense read.


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    I thought it was very well performed, easy to listen to and enjoyable. He did a great job.


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    Had I been able to yes, I would have loved to have listened to it all at once. I ended up listening to it in about 3 segments though.


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    The Lazarus File is a great story of a soldier who was declared dead, given a new identity and life, and used by the government for undercover work. Diving into the world of transporting illegal drugs and ruthless drug lords, he is in for a crazy ride.

    I had a hard time putting this one down, it is fast paced and full of exciting scenes. I really enjoyed it and can't wait to see what Taylor comes up with next. 5 Stars.

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