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I Spy Something Bloody

Narrated by: Alexander J. Masters
Length: 3 hrs and 32 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (2 ratings)

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Espionage was always a game, but now British spy Mark Hardwicke wants to retire and settle down with ex-lover Dr. Stephen Thorpe - if Stephen will have him. Unfortunately, Stephen has other plans - and so do the terrorists who want Mark dead.

©2011 Josh Lanyon (P)2013 Josh Lanyon

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  • HaloLove
  • 27-12-2014

Loved The Accent!

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I didn't want this story to end!!! And the British accent was beyond sexy.

Action, romance, great characters with depth...what more could you ask for. Great audio!

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  • Gail Staggs
  • 22-08-2015

Loved it alot!

Throughly enjoyed this book. Masters' reading was superb and Lanyon's words compelling. Loved it alot.

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  • Victor C.
  • 01-08-2019

Not sure..

I own pretty much almost all audibles by Josh Lanyon and a lot of Kindle books as well. I love her works—some more than others. however, this one just didn't do it for me. The narration was monotone and maybe too long of pauses in between which I find increasingly aggravating as the story went on. It kind of killed the dynamics of the scenes into just one long monotonous scene from beginning to end. It is also not very convincing and failed to convey emotions. It was rather painful to listen too. I don't know if it is due to the narrating which caused the story itself to be dull as well. I had to force myself to finish it and I was actually relieved at the end that I finished it and can move on.

I gave 4 stars because I love most of other Josh Lanyon's works.