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Team Cinderella has been sent into Russia to fake an assassination of a Russian Deputy Minister, in order to cover up the fact of his defection to the United States. They accomplish the mission, but then are compromised during their own escape and captured. They are quickly disavowed by the US Secretary of State, and sentenced to a public execution in Red Square only a week hence. 

Noah, at Neil's urging, convinces Allison to let Team Camelot put together a fast rescue mission, but complications require Noah and Marco to break into Lefortovo Prison, where they are also captured. 

Also disavowed, Noah and the rest seem to be doomed, but Sarah and Neil defy orders to launch a rescue mission of their own. Desperate for help that is refused by E & E, Sarah reaches out to the one person she swore she would never trust: Monique, the former mole who once arranged for her capture and torture at the hands of the Chinese. It's a race against time and seemingly impossible odds, with no way to predict what may happen next.

©2018 David Archer (P)2018 David Archer

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David Archer is a very prolific author...

With three series going (Noah Wolf, Sam Pritchard and I Am Sal), you can almost bank on something of his coming out at least every other month or so. My favorite is the Sal books but there are only two of those so far. If you haven't listened to those I HIGHLY RECOMMEND them.
As for this book (9th in the series, 10th book), this is another fast paced espionage story with all sorts of surprise situations to throw the reader off. Archer is generally good at making his book a little unpredictable. In this book he has Noah's wife Sarah calling a former antagonist for help when Noah is captured, thrown into a Russian prison and sentenced to death along with a few others from E & E, the government agency they work for covertly. They end up uncovering a Russian plot that could bring about another world war.
Adam Verner does an excellent job narrating.
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
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  • Wayne
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  • 05-12-18

Wild time in Russia!

Even if Red Square were a poorly written novel, and it definitely is not, it would earn 5 stars on the author's plot creativity alone. The Noah Wolf series is now nine novels and a short story prequel. I believe Red Square is the best of a great series and it may be David Archer's best novel. Once again in this espionage thriller Team Camelot and Team Cinderella operate almost as if they are a single eight person team when Team Cinderella is captured and sentenced to death in Russia while enabling the defection of a high ranking Russian diplomat and his family. The shadowy Monique is also involved. Adam Verner narrates superbly. I VERY HIGHLY RECOMMEND the Noah Wolf series.

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A great time for Russia to be bad

Another Wolf adventure delivering all that fans of the series expect. More time is spent on the political motivations of the antagonists, something of a departure from earlier books. That might be an effort by the author to expand the scope beyond the protagonist. I'm classifying it as an exploratory effort since the political machinations were disjointed, at times contradictory, and end up feeling improvised from a plotting point of view. Still a fun, quick read.