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Summary

The Trojans defeated Troy by hiding soldiers inside the belly of a wooden horse disguised as a peace offering. What if America’s enemies repeated that strategy?

As the Caliphate of the Middle East continues to crumble, ISIS turns their eyes to a new strategy to waging war. But what if ISIS was just a puppet - a pawn in a grander scheme to gain control of the West?

Traitors Within follows Michael Stone, a former Delta Force operator-turned-CIA spy as he uncovers a plot within our own government to smuggle dangerous extremists into the homeland. As Stone begins to unravel this web of secrets that spans multiple countries, will he be able to prevent the horrific acts of terrorism being planned? Is he already too late? Will this covert puppet master be able to pull off the next 9/11-style attack and start the next world war?

Traitors Within is the first book in the action-packed Michael Stone spy thriller series. If you like pulse-pounding twists from an author who used to hunt and track real-world terrorists, then you’ll love Rosone and Watson’s first foray into the spy-thriller genre.

Get the audiobook and find out why this husband-wife duo are one of the hottest writing teams on Amazon!

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Great book

I Enjoyed this audio book very much from start to finish great story line too

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First Class First In A Series

Excellent start to a new series. Michael Stone would seem to have more on his plate than he realises. Highly recommend this book. Look forward to Book 2

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Disappointing. open end. poor narration

The narration was very poor. slow and stuttering, (had to speed it up to 120%. End left hanging, clearly for a sequel. Story was excellent in places and scary too as it was all to believable.

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  • 30-10-19

Perhaps the worst narration ever

I commend the authors on a solid story. The narration, however, is painful. The narrator seems fine during conversational parts, the narrative portions sound awkward and disjointed. Staccato. Galloping. Emphasizing the wrong words in a sentence. And often, he sounds robotic, as if a male Siri voice were reading. Did anyone listen to this before releasing this?

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  • hexwolfx
  • 22-10-20

abit disappointed

The novel is my first James Rosone I thought it'd be better has I heard great things about his outer novels. There was little mystery or try spycraft in the novel the authors just give you everything with hugh history at the start and show backstorys for chacthers of how they got into America. The only times I was suprised was st the endding.

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  • sci teacher
  • 21-03-20

Traitors Within

Summary: Although the book claims to be about Michael Stone, he’s only one cog in the machine of good guys and bad guys. The premise is terrifyingly realistic. Traitors have helped Isis slip terrorist sleepers into the United States and Europe through their refugee programs. Additional Comments: - I was in the middle of the book when the world had a pandemic meltdown. It’s not exactly a light-hearted read, but it is good. - John Tanner does a decent job bringing the story to life. I always listen at 2 or 2.5 x speed, so I didn’t have any problems with the diction or flow. It’s always interesting when people complain about speed. Most audio apps have given people the ability to change things like that. - The end is pretty open. They’re definitely angling for sequels. - There are a lot of sections and characters that come and go. You don’t really get a chance to get attached to any of them. Michael is one of the central characters, but he’s less central than I like for a series like this (billed as being all about him). - It’s pretty standard fare as far as thrillers go. If you like some of David Baldacci’s spy thrillers, you might like this. Baldacci’s better at character development, but Michael Stone fits the bill for standard spy guy. They even poked fun at this in describing him. - While the book offers a fair look at a scenario like this, I can see it skirts very close to that line. People act irrationally when it comes to terrorist acts. Whether it wants to or not, the book points out some rather large gaping holes in national security when it comes to letting in a bunch of refugees. Balancing humanitarian efforts and security is a headache I’m glad not to claim. - Content Warnings: Some violence; some language; no adult scenes Conclusion: If you can get past the horrible acts of terrorism that have to be described in order to have a book like this, you’ll probably like it. *I received a free copy of the audiobook. I have chosen to leave a review. All thoughts are my own.

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  • Bob Collins
  • 14-10-19

Beginning of a great series...

James and Miranda continue to knock it out of the park with another kick ass book series.. Can’t wait for the next installment.