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Arch Enemy

Narrated by: John Pruden
Series: Dan Morgan, Book 4
Length: 12 hrs and 6 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (85 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

From real-life Black Ops veteran Leo J. Maloney, comes an electrifying novel of global terror that will enthrall listeners right until the stunning climax...Arch Enemy.

The world is descending into chaos - and CIA warhorse Dan Morgan, after nearly losing his head on a covert mission in Colombia, knows the worst is yet to come. Frightened employees of the enigmatic government contractor Acevedo International are mysteriously dying. Morgan's own daughter finds herself lured into the violent world of college extremists. And a ruthless enemy that has long bided its time is prepared to strike at the very heart of America's intelligence and anti-terrorism infrastructure. Morgan and Zeta Division may be the only chance not for victory, but survival...

©2016 Leo J. Maloney (P)2016 Audible, Inc.

Critic Reviews

"The new master of the modern spy game." (Mark Sullivan)
"Utterly compelling! This novel will grab you from the beginning and simply not let go. And Dan Morgan is one of the best heroes to come along in ages." (Jeffery Deaver)

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Return to mediocre atter 2 excellent novels

The Dan Morgan series started with two mediocre novels followed by one excellent one and then one outstanding one. Arch Enemy is mediocre. This novel, like #4 in the series, is as much about Morgan's daughter Alex as him: that is a positive. The real problem with Arch Enemy is that it includes so much dead/boring time. 3 to 4 hours should be removed and it would be 4 or 5 stars.

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Great read

Best book in the series! Very intriguing, great story great characters. Ties it all together

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Really hard to follow

I felt rather confused right from the beginning of the book - like I just came in on the middle of a conversation between people I didn't know. There was no character development at all so I had no idea who the characters were. There seemed to be several different plot lines going on in parallel in the beginning that I hoped would converge at some point. Some of them did... Kind of. Others didn't seem to have relevance to the book at all.

Maybe I came in on the middle of a series and characters were developed in earlier books. But if that's the case, as far as I'm concerned each book should stand on its own. Generally I love action thrillers of this genre. But this one was not my cup of tea.

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Hard to Follow

could not finish this book. The plots are two disjointed not enough interwoven. The narrator is excessively excited.