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  • Lazarus's Revenge

    Spies, espionage, abduction and a mystery make for some exciting reading. This book does not disappoint. It is fast paced and holds your interest from the beginning to the end. David Slaton is camping with his young son when he receives a text from his wife that he needs to return home he has a visitor. His visitor is Tom Block, head of Mossad and his agent daughter Ila has just been abducted from Kazakhstan. He wishes David a retired agent to help find his daughter. Unfortunately as Tom is talking to David his phone rings and a spy plane "Raven 44" has crashed on an island in Russian territory a short distance from Alaska. Fearing the two are linked he now travels with David to Air Station Kodiak in Alaska. They need to investigate the crash site before the Russians do to find if there are any survivors. As they are on the island investigating the crash site a ship has been sunk in the Black Sea. Fearing all three incidents are related they need to find out what has happened and who is behind it. Who is the elusive informant calling himself Lazarus who is providing clues to another impending disaster? Little do they know that Lazarus has a personal vendetta against several operatives and foremost amongst them is David Slaton. If you like spy thrillers you will love this one .I listened to the audio book. The narrator did a fantastic job and was easy to listen to and understand. The dramatization was good and the voice was pleasant to listen to . I enjoyed this book and I would recommend it. Thanks to Ward Larsen for writing a great spy story, to P.J. Ochian for a fantastic narrating job, to MacMillan audio for publishing it and to NetGalley for making it available to me.

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