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Summary

When an aircraft piloted by Ben's former army comrade Nick Chapman crashed off the Cayman Islands killing everyone on board, the official line was that Chapman committed suicide. But things don't add up, and soon unfolding events point to something far more sinister going on. Following the trail of clues from the rugged Welsh borders to the Caribbean, Ben quickly discovers that some kinds of knowledge will get you killed - fast.

©2011 Scott Mariani (P)2014 W F Howes Ltd

Critic reviews

Praise for Scott Mariani:
    "A rollickingly good way to spend some time in an easy chair" ( USA Today)

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Edge of Seat

What made the experience of listening to Passenger 13 the most enjoyable?

The narrator (always)

What about Leighton Pugh’s performance did you like?

he captures each character so well, listening is easy and enthralling

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

No I listen when I'm walking, did get to the end and want more.

Any additional comments?

If like me, books keep me company on long walks, then this is brilliant, its entertaining and interesting and the miles just fly (well walk) past.