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Red Sniper

A World War II Thriller
Narrated by: Ray Bader
Series: World War II Thrillers, Book 3
Length: 9 hrs and 47 mins
Categories: Fiction, Historical
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WWII sniper Caje Cole embarks on a rescue mission behind the new Iron Curtain for American POWs held as political pawns by Russian forces. To free them, he will have to defeat his deadliest adversary yet, the Red Sniper. The brutal Russian believes that he can outgun anyone, but he hasn't met the likes of this backwoods hunter and marksman.

©2016 David Healey (P)2018 David Healey

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What a performance!


I must say I did enjoy the book.
I will also say that the performance made the book come alive. The many characters that Ray Bader gave voice to had me wondering how he did it so easily. Fantastic job!



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  • gene
  • marietta, GA, United States
  • 06-01-18

Thriller

This was not what I would consider a thriller. It is an ok book. It is not the kind where you cannot turn it off .

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 06-18-19

Loved the whole series, Narration isn't great

Loved the whole series of these books, yes its fiction but they were a good listen on a long drive to and from work. The narration however on this one was a let down, a total different voice from the other books that took some getting use to and with the addition of repeated lines and the sound of his mouse being clicked when he turned the page was a distraction. Audible should try and get the same narrator if a series of books are to be read.