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The Hunted Assassin

Narrated by: Scott Servheen
Length: 8 hrs and 37 mins
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Summary

His name is an alias. His pretense is a disguise. His very existence on Taloo Station is no accident.

Martin Wheeler - AKA Jaxon Rasner - is hiding from his past. After nearly a decade of living in obscurity, a team of killers is sent to end his life. Making matters worse, his estranged daughter is brutally abducted.  

Marked for death, he must return to the life he left behind as he races for survival throughout the Outer Ring, where he has no choice but to embrace the killer within.

©2016 Paul B Kohler (P)2017 Paul B Kohler

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  • Theresa Horton
  • 10-01-18

It was great

I liked this book very much I really liked the characters I didn’t figure out the end in my mind but it was a great ending the narrator did a good job thank you for writing such a good story and Happy New Year

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  • Angie McIvor
  • 26-05-18

Great SciFi

This is a wonderful science fiction story that reminds me of a Robert A Heinlein novel!! It has a great pace and is not packed full of curse words and vulgarity. The way Paul brings each character to life makes it easy to identify with them and join in their adventures. We Love this book and he has more to come!

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  • Clau
  • 15-03-18

Entertaining

This begins with an explosion of action and since then on, it keeps going, fast and gripping. My big complaint is that it lacks scientific accuracy, which threw me out of the story more than once.

If you are looking for entertainment, and are not bothered by unrealistic science, this book is a good way of getting it.

Scott Servheen did a good job narrating.