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Summary

He was the CIA’s most deadly secret weapon. Now he is the world’s most wanted man.

"King sits alongside Rapp, Reacher, and Harvath as my favorite action-thriller heroes."

Elite counterterrorism operator Alexander King is on a mission in Mexico City when a surprise is left for him in the trunk of his car. The contents will change his life forever, and may very well end his legendary run with the CIA.

King’s entire career has been about saving others. This time it will take everything he’s got just to save himself.

If you couldn't put down Vince Flynn's Mitch Rapp, Lee Child's Jack Reacher, Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan, Brad Thor's Scot Harvath, or David Baldacci's Will Robie, fans of Bradley Wright believe you won't be able to put down the addictive Alexander King.

©2021 Bradley Wright (P)2021 Bradley Wright

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 08-07-21

Well written, definitely worth a listen!

If you like secret agent stories, you'll love this one.
Alexander King is the agent You've been waiting for, with his relatable humor and his patriotism for America.

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  • Trish R.
  • 19-05-21

Exciting book and wonderful narration..

Great book! King and his friends ended up in Mexico where there was child trafficking and someone trying to destroy Kings reputation, then his life.

There was no romance and no swearing AND no swearing from sooo many bad guys is totally ridiculous. IMO.

As for the narration: Jarret Lemaster was simply awesome..

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  • CWStew
  • 13-02-22

End to End Action

Not a lot of fill in, political and philosophical preaching. Lots of action, short dialogues and a climax worth the read! Loved this book.

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  • DocMaas
  • 12-02-22

Too short

A very good writer. The character development could be more complete and the story 30-40% longer.

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  • Dbie Johnson
  • 10-02-22

All that and a bag of chips- and a glass of bourbon

Yes… yes it is. Most Wanted is a shocker! I just love Jarret’s narration. I have read and listened to this book, and I loved them both! Lemaster is such a great storyteller- and that’s what we want when we pick an audiobook. How often have you DNF’d because of the narrator? I find myself searching for more books read by Lemaster after listening to several of Bradley Wright’s books. The book itself is simply stellar. Fantastic, engaging, fun read/listen!

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  • Laura Pellissier
  • 08-01-22

Good book, good narrator BUT

Sorry to do this. Good story, characters, etc. Good narration - pacing, characterizations, accents. However: narrator mispronounces the town name Barrow, Alaska, which is said dozens of times, as “borrow”. Does no one check out narration before releasing the audiobook? And fwiw in the next book in the series he pronounces the French cities of Nice and Cannes as “Neecy” and “Cans.” This nearly ruins the experience. It’s a credit to the overall quality that I stuck with.

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  • Chet M. Maccio
  • 24-07-21

A superb story of intrigu and complex, One tha is

difficult to unravel until the closing episode. I would recommend listening to it again and still enjoy it.

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  • Kevin Kinkade
  • 02-07-21

Love this narrator.

The story is great but I have to compliment the narrator, Jarett Lemaster. His style of narration is excellent for this type of novel, his accents are spot on and his interpretation of the characters gives them a distinction that makes them unique.

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  • adam booth
  • 15-06-21

OUTFREAKINGSTANDING

I’ve listened to more than 100 books on Audible and have some favorite narrators, but Jarret Lemaster just took the top spot. I’m not sure he’d be the best for Mitch Rapp or Scot Harvath, but I wouldn’t mind hearing him give either a go. That said, I can’t imagine a more perfect narrator for this series.

Bradley Wright did an excellent job writing the book as well without which the narration wouldn’t have come through the way it did. So if you like the Mitch Rapp or Scot Harvath series’ I HIGHLY suggest you give these a listen. They won’t disappoint!