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Recall Zero

An Agent Zero Spy Thriller, Book 6
By: Jack Mars
Narrated by: Brian Callanan
Series: An Agent Zero Spy Thriller, Book 6
Length: 8 hrs and 31 mins
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Summary

In Recall Zero (Agent Zero, Book 6), the President’s translator is the only one privy to a secret conversation that can change the world. She is targeted for assassination and hunted down, and Agent Zero, called back into the line of duty, may just be the only one who can save her.

Agent Zero, trying to get his life back in order and to win back the trust of his girls, vows not to return to service. But when he is needed to save the life of this defenseless translator, he can’t say no. Yet the translator, he realizes, is as intriguing as the secrets she keeps, and Zero, on the run with her, just might be falling for her. 

What secret is she keeping? Why are the most powerful organizations in the world trying to kill her for it? And will Zero be able to save her in time? 

Recall Zero (Book 6) is an un-putdownable espionage thriller that will keep you listening late into the night. Book 7 in the Agent Zero series will be available soon.

Also available is Jack Mars’ number-one best-selling Luke Stone Thriller series (seven books), which begins with Any Means Necessary.

©2019 Jack Mars (P)2019 Jack Mars

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  • shelley
  • 10-11-19

Fun thriller series...

With his memory now intact, Kent Steele has left the CIA. He’s living with another former agent who is now the director. Meanwhile he’s put on a few pounds and is loosing the sharpness he would need to be out in the field. That’s when he gets a call from a former acquaintance that her sister needs his help. Her sister is a translator who was in on a clandestine meeting at the White House between the US President and the President of Russia. The talk was treasonous and she knows she must get away before the President has her killed. She calls Kent Steele/Agent Zero. And reluctantly they’re off and running in this action packed, globe trotting thriller.
Good plot based, fun and entertaining book.
Brian Callanan does a great job narrating.
Recommended light listening.
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  • R.T.
  • 02-01-20

Recall Zero

This book was based upon an EXTREMELY unlikely scenario: The Russian President colluding with the American President, and using an interpreter whom nobody knew to translate the scheme! Seriously? Wouldn't the Russian President bring his own translator to a top secret meeting instead of trusting an unknown interpreter to keep her mouth shut??

Secondly, there were more technical errors that distracted me from the story, i.e., 'bullets sparking off of the pavement and cars'. Copper jacketed bullets do not spark!

Lastly, the narrator, Brian Callanan, just doesn't have the range of voices and accents to do the story justice. This book was a disappointment.

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  • Abdullah Y. Farhan
  • 12-02-20

Worst book of the series

The worst story of the series, it felt like it was just an attempt to write something up

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  • Heizenberg
  • 10-02-20

Agent Zero has Lost Steam

This series has turned from great thrillers early on, to whiny emotional soap operas and this one is the worst. There is an interesting story line here about the president colluding with Russia (who does that remind you of), but it is tucked away behind all of Zero's sad life story line.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 05-02-20

ldctp

Very interesting from start to finish, lot of moving part, I recommend this book and this series

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  • MrWright
  • 31-01-20

Scott Brick please!

Narrator is distracting. Agent Zero sounds like a pre-pubescent teen female voices are cartoonish. Really distracts from the story.

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  • Joseph Bitner
  • 24-01-20

Narrator update

I was harsh on the new narrator at first. Now I’m used to him. Good job.

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  • Tim
  • 21-01-20

A lot of this book spent on family

It's an ok story; much of the book was spent on family drama that, as a fan of this genre, I generally do not like. By the time we got to the real story, it felt rushed. this seems like a filler book in the series.

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  • Marianne
  • 14-01-20

Excellent audio book

Can't wait for next installment on this series. Zero and his two daughters are great.

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  • Stanley
  • 25-12-19

A step down.

Why introduce the foul language. Clive Cusler gets along quite well without it!
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