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End Game

By: L.T. Ryan
Narrated by: Dennis Holland
Series: Jack Noble, Book 12
Length: 8 hrs and 36 mins
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Summary

Marcus Hamilton Thanos is marked for death, and Jack Noble is the man for the job. But when the high-profile target vanishes the day of the assassination attempt, Jack is forced to team up with a female FBI agent who was poised to learn Thanos' secret that morning.  

Together, they are plunged into a frantic race across state lines and international borders in order to solve the mystery, all the while unsure of who they can trust. What they discover is that the truth is more chilling and deceptive than either of them could have imagined.

©2017 L.T. Ryan. (P)2018 Audible, Inc.

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  • Wayne
  • 21-11-18

First rate espionage thriller

Although END GAME is Book 12 in L. T. Ryan's Jack Noble series in the series timeline it is between Books 3 and 4 (before Bear had daddy responsibilities). End Game is an excellent addition to the Jack Noble series. As usual, Dennis Holland's narration is stellar.

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  • Emily
  • 23-09-18

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This is the 12th book in the series- and the voice performance for characters that have been present since book one should be consistent. This is the first book where the voices did not match. Continuity would be nice and less distracting

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  • Talha
  • 29-04-19

Not the end

This story has nothing to do with book 11, some key players voices are different, but still a good listen. It should be reclassified to reflect its proper place in the timeline.

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  • William Wilson
  • 26-02-19

deeper than you think it goes

this book will take you deeper than the Mariana trench with it's wists and turns.

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  • A.Fro
  • 12-11-18

Good storie

Although I am not A Big fan of books where the timeline is in between earlier books. It is confusing because you can’t remember who he new and what he had been through at the time.
Narration is good though.