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Wolf at the Door

Sean Dillon, Book 17
Narrated by: Jonathan Oliver
Length: 8 hrs and 40 mins
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Publisher's Summary

Putin and the Russians have suffered too many killings of their own people in the past. Now they want the whole of the 'Prime Minister's private army' wiped out, including Blake Johnson and Charles Ferguson. Somebody is after them: Blake, Harry Miller, his sister, Monica, Harry Salter and Billy. The only people spared are Roper and Dillon. After surviving a car bomb, Ferguson heads a desperate search to uncover the perpetrator.

Not wanting any overt connections with their country, the Russians need the right kind of assassin, better than Carlos the Jackal. When such a man is discovered in a Lubiana prison, he is willing to take on the job as a price for his freedom...

An unlikely man, brilliant and terrifying, ingenious and deadly, he is the wolf at the door.

©2009 HarperCollins Publishers (P)2009 HarperCollins Publishers

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 08-07-2016

Narration

Loved the narrator. He even used different accents. His narration made the book very enjoyable.

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  • Mike & Jan Geihsler
  • 14-02-2010

Just okay

Sean Dillon books are all becoming too much alike. The stories aren't going anywhere. This book started out with a bang and went out with barely a whimper.

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  • QWERTY
  • 22-12-2016

The accents ruin this book

It may be a good story but the "Northern Ireland " accents are shockingly bad and ruin it. Sounds more Scottish than Irish at times and the stage Irish dialogue is terrible. Better off not trying or hiring someone who can pull off the accent to voice over Dillon et al .

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  • Adam
  • 19-04-2011

Good and true to the written work.

Very good, although the accents the narrator put on didn't do the characters justice. However, still an excellent 'Read'

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  • Steve
  • 20-12-2009

Worth reading.

This book is well read, and all though the story is a little obvious, it is still worth a listen.

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  • taluth
  • 13-04-2013

ANOTHER GREAT READ

A fantastic book in the series,i have read all previous books and i think this is another great read the auther has really bought together modern day terrorist issues into the book gripping at times and great characters and a fantastic narator reading the book definatly a 10 out of 10 book and would highly reccomend it cant wait for the the next read.

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