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Moscow and Argentina form a devastating secret alliance to control the territory - and the oil rights - of the Falkland Islands. The United States is furious at this act of international piracy - and the fact that their largest oil giant owns those same rights. Under the stern eye of Admiral Morgan, the Navy SEALs bring in legendary Commander Rick Hunter. Their mission is to hammer Argentina's military and free the Falklands. For the fabled Hunter, the assignment strikes close to home. His English brother-in-law and an SAS special forces team are trapped on East Falkland, running from an Argentinean shoot-to-kill manhunt.

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Prepare yourself for a drastic change in narrating

I have really enjoyed Patrick Robinson's Arnold Morgan series but the change from George Guidall to Erik Steele is just too drastic to enjoy the book. I sincerely hope Mr Robinson makes peace with Mr Guidall for the future.
The story line (to date) seems to be good but I am afraid I won't be able to finish the book without buying a hard copy.

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Great story terrible narration

I am a big Patrick Robinson fan and love this story. But Erik Steele was terrible. Patrick Robinson characters are a little over the top but Erik Steele made them sound cartoonish. I have over 100 audiobooks and have listened to all of them multiple times. But I will never listen to this one again and will never listen to another book narrated by him Erik Steele.
Sorry Erik

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