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The Piranha is America's newest super weapon - a stealth submarine that will give the US total command of the seas. Built in secrecy in Panama, the Piranha is ready for testing, but CIA agent Mark Roberts feels that something is not quite right about the project.

The CIA asks Stark and O'Brien to investigate. When Stark and O'Brien join the Piranha security team, they find that the project and its leader are not what they appear to be. But to avert disaster and reveal the truth, they must defeat an army of terrorists and survive a climactic battle with a crazed giant who kills jaguars with his bare hands.

©2011 Austin S. Camacho (P)2020 Intrigue Publishing, LLC

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Another great thriller from Austin S Camacho

The author has written another great thriller. As usual his novels are a rollercoaster of fast paced action and tension. I highly recommend this audiobook to any one who likes action thrillers. I received a free copy of this audio book at my request and voluntarily leave this honest review..

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Exciting!

Starts easily with background and expectations of an old buddy who tags the team to work for the CIA on a project. Then it gets into human and animal enemies, an interesting psychic connection between Stark and O’Brien that is reminiscent of a Vulcan Mind Meld and proves essential to their survival on more than one occasion. I wanted to read it straight through but life intervened. Another winner! Mark Bielecki's narration really added to the story. I've long since given up on the ability of testosterones to mimic estrogens but he gives it a good shot. I won this audiobook in a giveaway! Yay me!

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I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review. This was an intriguing read. It has two characters that Austen has used before. The narration was good. But one of the main characters who is Irish sounds more Australien, so it doesn’t sound right. Otherwise the narration is well done. The story has one big plot twist that you would never expect. There story is well written and slightly predictable as far a spy mission goes but still thrilling. Personally, there is one sex scene, which could have been left out. Other then that it’s a good read for mystery and spy fans.

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Exciting action listen

This audiobook listens like an action flick. It was fun and entertaining. I'm intrigued by the Stark and O'Brien connection and wonder what the other books hold. I received a free copy of this audiobook in exchange for an unbiased review.

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  • 08-22-20

Chucky has to go!

Get ready for another exciting adventure from Stark and O’Brien. This time they’re after a maniacal imposter and his steroid and hormone enhanced henchman. A new power source is on the line that Stark and O’Brien must keep from the wrong hands. I understand that some situations are required for the continuity of the story, but they just don’t make sense and pull the listener from the mental image. Here is Stark, in a tree, with eight rounds in a .50 caliber Desert Eagle automatic, and he can’t take down the little two-seater helicopter. Stark’s reputation has always been that he doesn’t miss. Seven shots, all misses but for one in the fuel tank, which did not explode either. Huh? Morgan and Felicity make a great team, their relationship is passionate without the need for sex, and their talents complement each other. But, Felicity’s voice just doesn’t cut it. I love an Irish accent but the tone is too manly. Every time she speaks, I cringe. Bielecki needs to perfect that voice. I’m still a fan of Stark and O’Brien. I just need a more luscious Felicity. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.