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Summoned under mysterious circumstances to meet Jake Lawrence, one of the world's richest entrepreneurs, Angela Day may be on the threshold of a brighter future. But accepting the reclusive billionaire's tempting deal means taking a great risk. For with enormous wealth and power comes the ultimate price tag: enemies everywhere have marked the man for death. And anyone close to him, namely Angela Day, is fair game.
©2003 Stephen Frey; (P)2008 BBC Audio

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  • WW
  • 04-14-09

Really enjoyed this book

Kept my interest throughout and is the second book by this author that I have listened to. I also like The Chairman and tried this one. Had lots of twist and turns and was a unexpected ending. Will read more from Stephen Frey

12 of 12 people found this review helpful

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Letdown after The Chairman

I liked Stephen Frey since listening to the Chairman and Protege. I am half way through this book, but I am finding it hard to continue. The narrator does not help as she can't come close to the level of other Stephen Frey books. The old family Southern racial stereotype and the crusade against racism is getting old. You need to up your game Stephen and stick to strong narrators like Scott Brick.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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Please don't bother

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I rarely ever write a review but I believe I owe it to fellow Audible Listeners. To put it simply Silent Partner was lame. The plot lacked any substance. It was predictable and not entertaining. The narrator couldn't remember to be consistent with her accents for a character. I love listening to audiobooks but this was a complete waste of time.

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  • Richard
  • Houston, TX, USA
  • 10-10-09

Left Wing Rhetoric

It was like listening to a sermon from a naive lefty. Couldn't get through it all...

1 of 3 people found this review helpful