The Last Man

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Released: Nov 29, 2012
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ISBN: #9781470324576
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New York Times best-selling phenomenon Vince Flynn has sold more than 14 million copies of his books worldwide. The 14th entry in the series, The Last Man follows CIA agent Mitch Rapp as he searches for a missing top-level agent. When the head of CIA operations in Afghanistan disappears, it seems likely that the man's been kidnapped. But nothing in Afghanistan is ever as it seems, and Rapp knows he's got to tread carefully in a region that's primed to explode.

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Author(s): Vince Flynn
Series: Mitch Rapp Series No: 13

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Author(s): Vince Flynn
Narrator(s): George Guidall
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Released: Nov 19, 2012
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"Welcome back, Mitch Rapp! Flynn's hero is back, trying to unravel the truth when terrorists kidnap the leader of the CIA's clandestine operations in Afghanistan. George Guidall does nothing to diminish his golden resume as he leads listeners fluidly from politicians to military leaders to terrorist interrogators in this thriller, which has a long list of accents and characters. From the war zones in Jalalabad, Afghanistan, to CIA headquarters in Langley, Virginia, Rapp trusts his gut even more than the supposed facts before him, a trait that has enabled his reputation to grow to near mythical proportions within the CIA, FBI, and even the terrorist cells that are targeting U.S. interests. Flynn and Guidall pack a lethal combination that will keep listeners enthralled. S.C. (c) AudioFile 2013, Portland, Maine"

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