When you are undercover, many want to kill you. Sicilian mafia, Thai mafia, and even the CIA - they all want you dead. Join undercover cop Regan in this emotion-packed roller coaster of a thriller.
Steve Regan is back, and this time, he’s alone and undercover in a seedy area of Thailand on the trail of a Texan expatriate, Les Watkins, the biggest drug smuggler in South East Asia.
Using himself as the bait, Regan attempts to score a $50,000 deal with the Thai mafia to get closer to his target.
As he finds himself embroiled deeper into the operation, Regan suspects Watkins may be connected to Regan's nemesis, ruthless Mafia boss Carlo Vitale, who has fled the United States following a triple bombing and assassination of three crime family heads.
Besides staying alive, Regan has other problems when he suddenly finds himself facing the worst dilemma an undercover cop can face.
Dilemma is an edgy, suspenseful tale with twists and turns plus a sprinkle of romance. Though this is the second book in the Steve Regan Undercover Cop series, it can be listened to as a stand-alone book.
If you are a Reacher or Tom Clancy fan, this book is for you. Get it now!
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- Simon Gibson
Reagan Fights For His Life In Thailand.
Reagan is deep undercover in Thailand trying to get to the Texan Mr Big of the South East Asia illegal drug business. He has everyone out to get him when plans start to go amiss. Reagan has to use every ounce of his inginuity and guile to stay alive. The pace is fast, narration excellent, with a plot continually twisting and turning. There's even a love interest for Reagan with a Thai character every bit his match. I wish it could have been a full novel. Another installment will be brilliant.
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- J Smith
I found this faster than book 1 and I enjoyed it more and the pacing was a lot better.
Lots of action and intrigue although thins do get resolved a little ‘easily’.
Alan does well narrating and the characters are distinguishable from each other. I don’t envy the many accents he has to pull off and he does really well.
I listened at x1.5 speed.
This is my honest opinion of a free review copy.