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As an agent with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms, William Queen must tackle a number of challenging cases, including going undercover to investigate a group of violent skinheads and infiltrating and busting a ring trafficking in high-powered explosives, drugs, and firearms.

In the winter of 1985, he faces his toughest mission to date: he must apprehend Mark Stephens, a notorious narcotics trafficker who has been terrorizing the communities around Los Angeles with frequent rampages involving machine guns and hand grenades. A recluse living in the treacherous backwoods outside the city, Stephens is a cunning survivalist. Nobody has been able to catch him, but Queen is determined to take him down.

Queen's unique expertise is not taught in any police academy or ATF training seminar; he honed his outdoorsman abilities as a kid. Stephens may have finally met his match in the unwavering Queen, who is adept at hunting and trapping and living for weeks in the wild. Queen will use these skills, along with surveillance, confidential informants, and intelligence gathering as he doggedly tracks his dangerous quarry, a chase that culminates in a gripping showdown high in the San Bernardino Mountains.

A fascinating look into the daily life of an ATF agent and a taut portrayal of a month-long manhunt, Armed and Dangerous depicts a classic race against time: lawman versus outlaw in a harrowing true story of life-or-death suspense.

©2007 William Queen and Douglas Century (P)2007 Random House, Inc. Random House Audio, a division of Random House, Inc.

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A disjointed story read in monotone

disappointing. I was very happy with under and alone so look forward to this title. The narrator made it almost unbearable. Very monotone, with emphasis in the wrong places many times. With a disjointed story such as this, trying to follow along and not fall asleep makes due to the narration makes it even harder to keep up with as much as the story jumps around from place to place and time to time

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Good book about MC's.

This guy does a great job of making ya feel what he went through. Good book, I suggest it if you're looking for the other side of the MC world.

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I love his books we need more of them

Left me wanting more just like under and alone. this was another great book. Billy Queen is one hard working guy

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Couldn't put it down!

If you could sum up Armed and Dangerous in three words, what would they be?

Suspenseful, exciting, teriffic.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Armed and Dangerous?

Getting ready to go in for the capture.

Have you listened to any of Charles Kahlenberg’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

No, but he absolutely brought this to life. Loved him!

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

All of it.

Any additional comments?

This is truly one of the best undercover books you'll read. Kept me on the edge wanting to keep listening.