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CIA operative Alex Parker is one of the most successful ghosts the agency has. Recruited as a 17 year old, she has over 100 kills to her credit. But 10 years of blending in, disappearing, and assassinating targets has taken a toll on her and she'd like to get out. Now, she has a new problem...her partner's gone rogue. After stealing government secrets, he intends to sell them to the highest bidder. It's up to Parker, and her new partner, to find him and bring him in...dead or alive.

©2015 Mike Ryan (P)2017 Mike Ryan

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All good!

This is actually a quick review for the entire series. Love the story, characters and performance. The narration was equal to, or maybe even a little better than the actual book. Kudos on getting a proper reader (unlike in The Cain series). I will finish off Ryan's published works and maybe he'll have another one off by the time I have read/listened to A Dangerous Man. Great work.

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Waste of time

This book is closer to a romantic comedy than a spy thriller. The author apparently knows little about the spy genre. Having CIA agents work in US without even discussing this as an issue is silly. Agents act more like high schoolers than CIA agents. Thought I would try a new author and could not finish the book. Ugh!