An astonishing discovery is made in the remote African republic of Zangaro, one which could change the course of a nation's history forever. But such a discovery cannot be kept secret for long and Sir James Manson will stop at nothing to protect this find. A ruthless and bloody-minded tycoon, Manson immediately hires an army of mercenaries and with this deadly crew behind him he sets out to topple the government and replace its dictator with a puppet president. But news of the discovery has reached Russia - and suddenly Manson finds he no longer makes the rules in this power game. A game in which win or lose means life or death.
©2011 Frederick Forsyth (P)2011 Random House Audio Go
I have been waiting for this book for years and have not been disappointed.
The Dogs of War is gripping, immensely enjoyable and excellently narrated by David Rintoul. Worth every penny!
Mr Forsyth at his best and I would recommend it to anyone.
Can we have an unabridged recording of the Day of the Jackal please! Pretty please?????
A Classic Forsyth novel, takes its time to build up the setting, story and the characters so you really get involved in what is going on. As ever, excellently well written and researched. David Rintoul's narration is, in my opinion, the best out there and I was gripped after a fairly slow start. By the end I felt that that all the build up was worth it. Not one for action fans but still a very taut and tense book. Very good
Superb narration and as I don't have time to "read" having young kids and travelling loads, this was great.
Great twist at the end and Spanish Harlem!
David riotoul is a GOD! Surely Richard Burton's love child!
Such excellent diction and a great voice actor painting a wonderful verbal canvass in the head
If your looking for an action book then this is not one. More to do with mission preparation than carrying it out.I felt like I had learn more about accounting and business practices than combat.
"Good story bad narrator"
Good story, but the narrator David Rintoul spoiled the book for me. He swallows his words as a sentence gets longer and then he starts whispering. Sometimes he speaks so softly as to be 'in-Audible'. Must be the worst performer in my library.
"As captivating as The Day of the Jackal"
Forsyth is a mastermind of a political thriller forcing the reader to imagine the unimaginable and believe it. The book is worth every page and as captivating as The Day of the Jackal.
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