©2007 Tom Cain; (P)2008 BBC Audiobooks Ltd
Having been set up for the murder of Princess Diana in Paris, a freelance "accident man" (i.e. killer) hunts down the ones responsible. Including a lot of quite graphic violence, this audio book is certainly not for the faint of heart.
Interesting story, even eleven years after the factual events in Paris took place. Certainly not giving any new insights to the death in the tunnel, it nevertheless is a captivating thriller, with a solid performance by narrator Stephen Crossley.
An Ansett Airlines Refugee from Melbourne in Australia, living in Dubai and flying for Emirates. Author of ON TOUR, TravelsWithAnAirline Pilot.
I have. Twice. I can't spoil it for you ... the revelation of the plot is one of the niftiest pieces of writing. It's a classic to refer people to who have never listened to an audio book ... you know the type ... when you say "I listen to audio books when I go to the gym ... I hate the gym so much, only audiobooks and podcasts make it bearable". They look at you smugly and say" I could never listen to an audiobook .. I like to sit and read ... blah blah". Yeah right. They read three books a year. Give this book a gym session and they'll be hooked. On exercise, on audiobooks and on The Accident Man.
I can tell you .. but I'd ruin it for you. So I won't.
All of them. Stupid question.
It gave me a few ideas on how to get rid of someone...
Don't think about it. Buy it. I guarantee - if you like a thriller - you won't be disappointed.
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