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From the New York Times, USA Today, and Publishers Weekly bestselling author!

A game-changing peace treaty between Israel and the Saudis is nearly done. 

The secretary of state is headed to the region to seal the deal. 

And Special Agent Marcus Ryker is leading an advance trip along the Israeli-Lebanon border, ahead of the secretary’s arrival. 

But when Ryker and his team are ambushed by Hezbollah forces, a nightmare scenario begins to unfold. The last thing the White House can afford is a new war in the Mideast that could derail the treaty and set the region ablaze. U.S. and Israeli forces are mobilizing to find the hostages and get them home, but Ryker knows the clock is ticking. 

When Hezbollah realizes who they’ve captured, no amount of ransom will save them - they’ll be transferred to Beirut and then to Tehran to be executed on live television. 

In the fourth installment of Rosenberg’s gripping series, Marcus Ryker finds himself in the most dangerous situation he has ever faced - captured, brutalized, and dragged deep behind enemy lines. 

Should he wait to be rescued? Or try to escape? How? And what if his colleagues are too wounded to run?

This is the CIA’s most valuable operative as you have never seen him before.

©2021 Joel C. Rosenberg. Psalm 23 in chapter 36 and John 3:19 in chapter 104 are taken from the New American Standard Bible,® © 1960, 1962, 1963, 1968, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1975, 1977, 1995 by The Lockman Foundation. Used by permission. (P)2020 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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  • s good
  • 12-03-2021

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*I'm only 2 hours/a few chapters in, HOWEVER, I FEEL I MUST DEFEND THE NARRATION, THE NARRATOR NOW- IN RESPONSE TO THE NEGATIVE REVIEWS...
GEORGE GUIDALL IS ONE OF MY FAVORITE MALE NARRATORS, ALONG WITH SCOTT BRICK, JAY SNYDER, RC BRAY, ETC. PRAISE FOR MR. GUIDALL'S TALENTS ARE WRITTEN TIME AND AGAIN BY TOP REVIEWERS ON AUDIBLE AND ELSEWHERE, AND I KNOW MY 2 FAVORITE AUDIBLE REVIEWERS, SHELLEY AND ALSO WAYNE FROM NC, DEFINITELY AGREE. HE HAS WON SEVERAL AWARDS FOR HIS AMAZING WORK!!
SOMETIMES I WILL CHOOSE A BOOK BASED SOLELY ON GEORGE GUIDALL BEING THE NARRATOR. HIS VOICE HAS A BIT OF GRAVEL AND HIS WORD PRONUNCIATIONS ARE EXCELLENT. HE IS VERY GOOD WITH DIFFERENT ACCENTS, ESPECIALLY MIDDLE EASTERN.
IT WOULD REALLY BE A SHAME TO PASS UP THIS BOOK BASED ONLY ON THE REVIEWS ABOUT THE NARRATION. 😓😕☹😮

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  • dexter
  • 09-03-2021

Couldn't take the narrator

Had to return this book an hour after purchasing it. I could not take the narrator. The story had potential, but the narrator was impossible to deal with.

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  • Leilani Harmon
  • 09-03-2021

This is the WORST narrative Ever!!!!

It is not worth buying!!!!!!
I cannot take this. This is supposed to be a young man but this narrative is by an obvious elder man doing the narrative. What the hey I am returning this book!!!!!

I can say this I am over 67

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  • Scott Foster
  • 13-03-2021

George Guidall is a legend

How can you be an audible listener and not like George Guidall? I specifically seek out books that’s he’s narrated and he’s done some of the best out there, especially in this genre. The story is good, characters are good, narration is great.

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  • Avid Reader
  • 11-03-2021

Go back to Adam Grupper

I love Joel C. Rosenberg books! They are well-thought-out storyline, which develop well, have an intriguing climax, and, generally, great cliffhanger at the end.

The Marcus Ryker storyline is one in my favorites of Joel C. Rosenberg’s books (David Shirazi may be my absolute favorite). It feels as if the storylines are ripped straight from the headlines. with the current headlines. However, the narrator for this book and the Jerusalem Assassin is a distraction. He sounds like he’s out of breath and his words are strained. The first two books in the series - The Kremlin Conspiracy and The Persian Gamble - were narrated by Adam Grupper. Bring him back! Adam Grupper brought Marcus Ryker to life. I generally buy the Audible and a hardback book with the new release. This way I can “read” while I’m traveling for work. With this narrator, I find myself turning the audible off because the narration is off-putting.

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  • Jamie fox
  • 18-03-2021

The narrator needs a new job

The narrator just got to me and I had to return after about 2 hrs but the story itself was going good but I'm sick of narrators like this

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  • bryan naylor
  • 12-03-2021

Marcus Ryker is dead

This was the worst book in the series boring story, terrible performance, reader constantly made me lose focus because he was so monotone, how many characters must be introduced with no backstory or reason going forward? I was excited to get this book and quickly disappointed

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  • Char Stanton
  • 22-03-2021

Great story but unpleasant narration

I liked the story. Multiple scenes but easy to follow. Glad Marcus still plays a good guy that doesn't torture and kill without cause. works for me! Oh but narrator has garbled voice that is irritating to listen to.

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  • Meagan A. Dillon
  • 20-03-2021

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The narrator was difficult to listen too. Story lines was fine. Few surprises but predictable. If you e followed the series then you can’t miss this one too.

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  • Benjamin Sawyer
  • 19-03-2021

George Guidall is the best

The Marcus Riker book by Joel Rosenberg is very well done. Enjoy! The performance is substantially improved by the readership of George Guidall. For you naysayers of George, get real! He has produced over 1,270 books, including the Mitch Rapp series. He’s the best reader out there by far! Like many others I often start my search for books by looking for George’s latest reads. Keep up the great duo of Joel writing and George reading! Couldn’t be better.

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