David Lindsey's tightly plotted novels have won him international acclaim and awards. Now translated into 17 languages, his works set new standards for suspense and intrigue. The Color of Night whirls you through the major cities of Europe on an unforgettable journey of revenge.
Harry Strand is living a quiet life as an art dealer in Houston. But until four years ago, he was an intelligence agent for the foreign service. His nemesis was Schrade, a ruthless international criminal who arranged the "accident" that killed Harry's wife. Now Harry has met a mysterious, beautiful woman who may have critical information about Schrade. And Harry begins to bait a trap for his enemy. The more Harry learns, however, the more he feels pulled into a much deeper conspiracy. As confidences and betrayals shift, Harry and his new companion cannot trust anyone.
Narrator Paul Hecht captures Harry's dangerous balance between caution and courage.
Loved it! Well written plot with lots of twists. Kept you on the edge of your seat. Very well narrated too.
For me, this semed to drag alomg. People came and went, pkNs wre made, a srory of rrvenge, a lot if art - drawings, oaintings, much disvusion of light.. but iI felt bored...