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From the author of The Potsdam Bluff and Tailspin comes a new techno-thriller set in the near future and featuring man-of-action Tom Sweeney.

When the secret agent is laid off from his high-level intelligence job due to peace-time Department of Defense budget cuts, he takes the dismissal in stride, planning to enjoy a few months off as a swinging bachelor. But when an old CIA running mate is found murdered in the bathroom of Sweeney’s house, leaving behind a cryptic message, Sweeney finds that he is a moving target for mysterious killers.

Gradually, he discovers himself to be at the center of a complex international plot involving the cocaine industry, a swarm of vicious German neo-Nazis, and high-ranking US officials, including perhaps even Sweeney’s old boss, the President himself. Can one hero take on all of these enemies? Watch him try.

©1992 Jack D. Hunter (P)2000 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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Terrific spy thriller

What did you love best about Sweeney’s Run?

Terrific spy thriller. Complex and interesting characters. A hero worthy of promotion. Sections of implausibility are overridden by snappy story line and banter among adversaries. Written over 20 years ago, is as contemporary as today.

Which character – as performed by Grover Gardner – was your favorite?

One of my favorite narrators. Easy to keep track of the characters by his voice.