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Into Darkness: An Iraq War Novel

Narrated by: Roy Wells
Series: Eric Ritter, Book 2
Length: 12 hrs and 13 mins
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After a deadly ambush in Iraq leaves two soldiers in terrorist hands, intelligence officer Eric Ritter journeys into hostile territory to rescue them. The Caliban Program, a covert arm of the CIA, gives him permission to use any means necessary in his search. Means forbidden by his oaths as an officer. Faced with hostile Iraqis and a terrorist leader bent on revenge against him, Ritter must navigate through a perilous counterinsurgency and keep his true allegiance hidden from his brothers-in-arms.

Every step closer to the missing soldiers is another step toward damnation. Ritter struggles to complete his mission without losing his soul to darkness.

©2014 Richard Fox (P)2015 Richard Fox

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Either this book was written or I read this book in a toll booth because I listened to more cars and trucks in the back ground

Reader did not rate 1 star the book is a bore total yawn power it is among the worst on audible...if there was a razzy award this book would be a top runner

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  • Stephen
  • 08-05-19

was this recorded in someone's kitchen ?

The story is fine, i made the mistake of listening to book 2 before listening to book 1 ....school boy error !

Performance however was dire ! The quality of the recording was amateurish, not at all what i have come to expect from Audible. But even worse was the morose, monotone voice that narrates it. There is little or no emotion, the timing is off and the emphasis seems all wrong. I am not sure i can bear to listen to the rest of the series.