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Unknown Evil - A Noah Wolf Thriller

Narrated by: Adam Verner
Series: A Noah Wolf Thriller, Book 12
Length: 7 hrs and 36 mins
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Noah and the Team take some well-deserved time off at the Manor in England, but that always seems to be when things go crazy. The Queen's Ambassador, Catherine Potts, suddenly calls Noah to tell him that there is a single terrorist in the country who has the power to wipe us out, but he's an unknown. MI6 has been unable to break through the secrecy around him to track him down, so the Queen has asked for Camelot's help.

They've got less than 36 hours before disaster happens and only a handful of clues that don't seem to fit together.

This will be a race against time, and in the end it may not just be civilians that Noah and his team must end up saving.

©2018 David Archer (P)2019 David Archer

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Whine No More.

This will be the last Noah Wolf book for me. I kept listening because I liked the characters in the beginning, but now they are getting on my nerves with all the whining they do. Neil is the worst! Now everyone sounds like him. Even the new guys Sam and Denny whine like Neil. Also, I have listen to a lot of assassin stories, and these guys are the most touchy feely assassins I have every seen. And, I'm sorry Adam Verner your accents are terrible! The German one sounded like a Spanish Neil. I don't even know why so much time was spent on Sam and Denny who are really not needed and do nothing to help the story along.
Noah is suppose to be this unfeeling hard character well, not so much. All the things he does says he cares and has lots of feelings. I don't mined but don't keep touting that he is unfeeling. I just can't take the whining and the inconsistency with the characters to listen to another of these books. Dropping The Mike.

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