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The Clandestine Consultant: Kings, Sheiks, Warlords, and Dictators

Narrated by: Conner Goff
Length: 6 hrs and 4 mins
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The world is a tumultuous place, filled with war, corruption, and an evil desire for politicians, terrorists, and other underworld figures to achieve or maintain power. 

In the middle of this chaos is a small cadre of international consultants who profit by brokering illicit business deals, discrediting the competition, and making “headaches” go away. In return for their services, these consultants are compensated millions of dollars as well as provided with the most seductive perks that any king, sheikh, warlord, and dictator can offer. The most successful of these consultants is a man whose real identity is known by his neither clients nor the international law enforcement community. That is until the day he finds himself double-crossed by a competitor, at which point he must cooperate with the US intelligence community to avoid spending the rest of his life in a dark hole.

©2018 Luke Bencie (P)2018 Luke Bencie

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  • Mr. Bob Harris
  • 11-26-18

Pulp fiction with terrible narration

While good narration can make a silk purse out of a sow's ear, this narrator ensures that the book remains firmly porcine. In a failed attempt to engender some urgency into the plot the narrator reads every line as if he is introducing the contestants on ‘the X Factor’. With repeated lines, overlong gaps and even a cough and this book becomes more of a trial than a pleasure.

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