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The Promise Yposchesi Audiobook

The Promise Yposchesi: Seven Paris Mysteries, Volume 1

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Book One of SEVEN PARIS MYSTERIES, THE PROMISEYPŌSCHESI © 2010 PeggyKopman-Owens. Book Cover Art © 2010 Roger Kopman. Audiobook Produced &Narrated by Ian A. Miller.

Who Knew? Spies Read!

When an investigative journalist for a powerful news organization disappears from assignment in the Middle East, a sinister-looking man delivers the news to a mystery writer in New York. With escape to Europe and shadowy figures in pursuit, Jamie Litton will learn that his best friend has become more than a missing journalist. Ben Foulof has become a spy! Can secret codes, messages hidden in bestsellers keep them both alive? And if so… for how long?

©2010 Peggy Kopman-Owens (P)2016 Peggy Kopman-Owens

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    stephen boyer 03-12-16
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    Would you listen to The Promise Yposchesi again? Why?

    Yes. There's so much going on the author keeps you guessing as to what will happen on the next page. I'm eager to read more of the series.


    What did you like best about this story?

    The author's attention to detail puts you right at a cafe in Paris and other locales. You can almost smell the aroma of coffee and croissants as you listen to the story unfold.


    What about Ian A. Miller’s performance did you like?

    Nice, easy yet interesting voice to listen to.


    Any additional comments?

    Audio books are GREAT for multi-tasking. You can listen on the way to and from work, picking up the kids from school or with your feet up sipping a glass of wine and taking time for yourself.

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