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Constantine can no longer hide in Europe. As he discovers a century-old secret, he must flee back to Moscow, chased by assassins. Only one man can save him. Eugene Sokolov: an officer in the world's most elite rescue unit, a martial arts legend...and Constantine's brother. They face an enemy unlike any other. In a game run by a KGB spymaster, the fate of Russia will depend on their survival.

©2010 Ian Kharitonov (P)2013 Continuum Audio Productions

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  • 11-24-16

Narrator ruins the audio version

It would behoove the narrator to do some basic pronunciation research the next time he needs to read a book full of foreign names and subjects. I will concede though, that even that would not save the performance from his generally ratty, monotonous and annoying voice.

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Needs some work

I listened to The Russian Renaissance and it needs some work. The author seemed more concerned about Russian history than the plot. The plot was weak and predictable. I was disappointed.