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Summary

The war on drugs has always been a dirty business. But there are some jobs that are so dirty that even MI5 can't risk getting involved. Which is when the authorities turn to a man who isn't afraid to go where others fear to tread - Lex Harper. 

Harper is sent into the Golden Triangle in a bid to block the flood of heroin that is crippling the West. But when the plan backfires, Harper discovers that heroin poses a threat much closer to home. And his retaliation takes him on a mission of revenge around the world.

©2019 Stephen Leather (P)2020 Isis Publishing Ltd

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From the first few minutes this book grabs hope to see more Lex if you want a quality listen look no further and download this book

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slightly predictable

different characters, but the same ending. well read by Thornley tho the storylacks real depth

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Lazy writing, dissapointing from a good author.

Generally a great author with diverse storylineas. This book seems to have been bashed out quickly to order with little expansion of characters and situations.

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Not his best

I am a huge fan both of Paul Thornley and Stephen Leather, and although the narration was first class as usual the story was certainly not his best

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As usual gripping from first page

listened to the book in one sitting. as usual the author leaves nothing to chance in the realism felt with in the story