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The Case of the Moche Rolex

Narrated by: James Romick
Length: 9 hrs and 38 mins
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Former military intelligence operative, Josh Katzen, had been enjoying retirement. New name, new job, new friends...he should have known it couldn't last.

When a skeleton, wearing an expensive wristwatch, is uncovered in an ancient Peruvian ruin, it sparks a chain of events that threaten to topple Katzen's new life like so many dominoes. The situation gets worse when the remains are identified as those of a notorious antiquities dealer who disappeared decades before, taking with him the location of an item he'd stolen from the US government.

Against his will, Katzen finds himself drawn back into the shadow-world of espionage and is forced to use his skills and wits to survive and perhaps save the day one more time.

©2017 T. Lee Harris (P)2017 T. Lee Harris

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Alexander Mundy meets Indiana Jones

Former thief for the government finds peace in one of his true passions: art and archeology until the remains of a notorious art smuggler and thief are found at his dig site, and our hero is pulled back into service. For the last time, honest guys. I found the plot solid, though a little slow during the second act and I’m not sure about the romantic twist the story took. The end made me genuinely smile even if I found the scene on the last cache a little out of tone. There were hints dropped previously but it still earned a little side eye.

The writing has a lot of potential, but relies pretty strongly on verbs to break up the dialog which is what really reminds me of my text based rp days. I would have liked to see a bit more character depth. Tessa was kind of disappointing for a woman and for a State Department agent. She often came off pouty or juvenile which is disappointing and also odd for a government agent.

The narrator did well, his Fuller accent was spot on though I am pretty sure he mispronounced Persephone. But I have trouble with the name as well so, no shade just a little note. There are some fun lines that made me laugh, and I enjoyed the story quite a bit. Glad I gave this a read.