The Last Nazi: A Joe Johnson Thriller

Narrated by: John Pirhalla
Series: Joe Johnson Thrillers, Book 1
Length: 12 hrs and 57 mins
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The buried contents of a Nazi train. An aging SS mass murderer still on the run. And the wartime secrets of a US presidential hopeful's Jewish family, hidden for seven decades.

War crimes investigator and ex-CIA officer Joe Johnson is more than intrigued when he learns of a link between the financing for the presidential candidate's 2012 campaign, the Nazi train, and a ruthless blackmail plot.

But the investigation becomes bigger and more deeply personal than Johnson expects when it turns out the SS Holocaust killer escaped his net years earlier.

Soon, there are high-level intelligence agencies and criminal networks combining across three continents against Johnson and his two female colleagues, one from MI6, the other a journalist.

He finds himself inextricably caught up in a terrifying quest to win justice, to avenge his mother's tortured past, and revive his flagging career.

With dramatic settings, explosive action and characters readers will come to love, The Last Nazi is a gripping full-length thriller - the first in a forthcoming series featuring Joe Johnson.

Meet Joe Johnson today and hear how he puts himself in the firing line in his fight for justice.

©2017 Andrew Turpin (P)2018 Andrew Turpin
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Huntin' Nazis On a Road Trip

What did you love best about The Last Nazi: A Joe Johnson Thriller?

I like modern day Nazi hunter mysteries. Not a bad first go for this writer. Plot was good. The brother retelling his escape from the concentration camp was powerful. Wish there was more interplay between main character and the international spy agencies. And maybe a dash more romance for Joe.
Narration was great. The reader nailed the 2 Polish brothers. Again very moving performance of the brothers' escape. Damn good Israeli accent too.
I'll give the next one a listen.

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The reason I listen to Audio Books

I'm looking for distraction on the treadmill and a way to drift off at night.. New Author to me. I liked it well enough to prioritize the next book in the series as my next listen!

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Good book

This is good read. Exciting. I like the fact there are no bad words or descriptive sex scenes

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The last nazi a review

I just finished listening to the last nazi.i have to admit that when I first started listening to this audio book.I found some of the technical statements about the Espionage Business a little obscure and I definitely had to look up whether or not there was an actual Starbucks at CIA headquarters in Langley. But the more I listened to the more my interest peaked at the story and trying to figure out what the twists were going to which I’m happy to say kept me guessing until they popped up. Overall I really enjoyed this audio book and I highly recommend it.

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Great storyline, gotta get on to the next one!

The author does it again, he keeps outdoing himself & the narrator is excellent! Gotta get on to the next in the series!

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The Last Nazi: A Joe Johnson Thriler by Andrew Turpin

I enjoy historical mystery thrillers. When do well written, as this is, your attention is kept. Twist and turns. Thank-you. Highly recommend!

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  • 04-24-18

Annoying American narrator accent<br />

A bit too long. Good story but too many coincidences. Narrators' accent was really irritating.

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  • 04-09-19

excellent

Great read with lots of factual information. Gripping moments as well as very sad ones

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  • Ellen
  • 01-27-19

Hard to judge as the woeful narration masked the story

I was intrigued by the blurb and was interested by the plot however the narration completely ruined the book and made the plot impossible to follow. Everything was wrong about the delivery of this book. The tone, pronunciation of words and the female voices were the worst I have ever heard. Utterly appalling

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  • D. Clarke
  • 10-24-18

Appalling accents

The man from Lancashire’s accent varies from Geordie to Irish to South African to Indian.

The cockney accent is a close second to Dick Van Dyke in Mary Poppins.

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  • chickensnr
  • 07-26-18

gripping and great revenge story

great story with interesting plot and revenge at it's core the protaganist is likeable and the supporting characters while under developed add necessary plot fillers if you want a good easy read for the holidays this is it but don't expect gritty wwii narrative sit back and enjoy