A clue and a fatal accident sends Mark Springfield across the country to the Golden State. With him is an encrypted device able to communicate with The HUUT, the only satellite able to image below the earth's surface. If his sister is still alive, he'll use it as bait to get her back.
"Richard Salvatore, Mark Springfield, or whatever his name is, sat right in front of me! I would've had him killed then if I had known! Ken, how did this get past us?" It was a rhetorical question. Steve Chang was furious and could hardly control himself as he sat in the small room at the JPL. Ken Benner sat patiently across from him with his elbows on the table, watching. He knew what was really driving this rant. Martin Powell, Chang's number-one man, had brought the woman back, the sister of a CIA operative. Ken shook his head. He had never liked Powell, thought him impulsive. He had screwed up, and now they had to clean up his mess. "I worked for years getting information on the Huntsville unit", Chang blurted. Unbeknownest to Chang, the Chinese government was taunting the US. It was a ploy to get them to show their hand. Instead, they had planted their own spy.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Mark Springfield loves his Country and would die to protect it.
Have you listened to any of Conner Goff’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
First time to listen to Conner Goff and he delivers a riveting story with clarity of how Mark Springfield works an espionage of military research to save the one's he loves.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Yes, and I did listen to it all the way through.
Any additional comments?
I am looking forward to Mike Kennedy's second book in the Mark Springfield series to be released on Audible.