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Patrick Robinson burst on the scene with his gripping naval thriller, The New York Times best-selling Nimitz Class, then did it again with Kilo Class. His explosive HMS Unseen portrays the world in crisis as a dangerous terrorist pits nation against nation to promote his own chilling agenda.

While on a training mission, the British submarine HMS Unseen mysteriously disappears. A year later three planes are shot from the sky - one of them carrying the Vice President of the United States. As wily US Security Advisor Arnold Morgan scrambles to prevent international turmoil, he suspects the lost sub has been modified to carry antiaircraft weapons. Morgan knows only one person who could mastermind this scheme - an Iraqi terrorist believed to be dead.

Acclaimed on both sides of the Atlantic, Patrick Robinson blows listeners out of the water with his adrenaline-charged tales. Veteran narrator George Guidall will keep you gasping for breath as the plot races from the shocking opening to the stunning finish.

©1999 Patrick Robinson (P)2000 W. F. Howes Ltd

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  • mr
  • 02-02-2018

Slow and doesn’t get any faster.

This story line starts slow and then builds and builds to a crawl. I waited for it to get faster but it doesn’t. I gave up in the end as it was too painful to continue. Disappointing!

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 01-07-2018

Patrick Robinson at his very best

Excellent story found my self-sitting in carparks not wanting to stop listening. Strongly recommend this audiobook its worth a credit every day!

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  • Mr. S. M. Etherton
  • 24-04-2018

unseen and unheard

the story starts well but then I felt it lost its way. the main character became unbelievable and the plot just thin and uninteresting. the action scenes were light in scope and detail.
On the narration, this was disappointing, unrealistic and as far as pronunciation is concerned inaccurate.
a disappointing lustempn, which I only finished out of sheer cussedness