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The Benghazi Affair (Stone Waverly)

Narrated by: Jeff Hoyt
Series: The Stone Waverly Trilogy, Book 3
Length: 10 hrs and 20 mins
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Benjamin Franklin Gold Award for Audiobook of the Year in 2019

Eric Hoffer Award Finalist 2019 and B.R.A.G. Medallion Award Winner 2018

Retired CIA case officer extraordinaire Stone Waverly is contentedly caring for his motherless children and teaching precocious middle schoolers when out of the blue, duty calls once again. Within hours, he finds himself leading a team of covert operators in treacherous revolutionary Benghazi during the Arab Spring. Battling Gaddafi loyalists and purportedly allied jihadists, he surreptitiously hunts for a terrifying weapon before it can be unleashed on the US homeland. 

Can he prevail where nothing is as it seems, despite severe injury, unsettling events at home, captivity in a chamber of horrors, and betrayal by a compatriot? The odds are stacked against him, and time is running out.

©2018 Steven E. Wilson (P)2018 Steven E. Wilson

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GREAT ACTION-ADVENTURE!

I love the narrator Jeff Hoyt! A great action-adventure that kept building to the finale with a twist! One question. Is the character Gus Morgan really murdered US Ambassador Chris Stevens? I think it must be, since I know Chris Stevens was in Benghazi during the Libyan revolution and near the end of the novel he tells Stone Waverly he's been selected to be the first US ambassador to the new Libya.

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