Mark and Kathy are putting adventuring behind them, or so they think. They’re on the way to Moscow when Mark is called in by the FBI for one last consult. It turns out to be more than he bargained for, and Kathy is involved more than Mark knows. Diabolical twins with a dark past make their lives miserable as Mark races to find the seven cities of gold for the Russian FSB before his best friend is killed.
Julie Howard –
This was fun mainly because I knew the characters from the previous books. The ending just ended and I don’t think it was good as the other books, to much going on that should of been connected but didn’t quite get there, unanswered questions. Don’t get me wrong I did enjoy it and I will be looking out for the next book but it does only get a four star from me and most of that is due to liking the narrator. The story jumps from character to character and even past and present as the story reveals a hunt for a lost city. Don’t get me wrong I did enjoy it and I will be looking out for the next book but it does only get a four star from me and most of that is due to liking the narrator.
Kathy is excited to be starting a new job teaching in Moscow but before Mark can join her he is called into the FBI headquarters and given his own job to carry out, while In Moscow. The problem is the Russian FSB don’t believe his cover story and he his soon blackmailed into looking for a lost city that is paved in gold or his dear friend the professor might meet an unfortunate end. Mark is use to working with his friends and people he can trust but with his friend’s lives in the balance he will have to go this adventure alone or so he thinks.
As I said the biggest reason I enjoyed the book is because of the narrator. Mikael Naramore is such an excellent narrator that he can gave a three star book an extra star just by talking.
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request by audiobooksunleashed and have voluntarily left this review.