Murder at Pearl Harbor

eAudio - unabridged
Audio (11.15 hours)
Product Number: Z11540
Released: Jun 01, 2015
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781501900587
Narrator/s: Richard Ferrone
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Description

The Mysteries in Time series recreates some of the most dramatic events in American history and infuses them with an intriguing spiritual dimension. In November, 1941, U.S. Naval intelligence intercepts Japanese plans to attack Pearl Harbor. When Aki Kawa, one of the language specialists who deciphered the plans, is murdered, it is up to her colleague, Gwen Williams, to find out what Aki really discovered before her death.

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Murder at Pearl Harbor
Product Number: BX00039099
Product Number:CK054
Product Number:Z11540

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RBdigital Unlimited Audio - Pub Library - US Collection
RBdigital Unlimited Audio - Pub Library - Canada Collection
RBdigital Unlimited Audio - Higher Ed - Curriculum - Platinum Collection
RBdigital Unlimited Audio - Healthcare - Adult Collection
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All formats/editions

CD
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Author(s): Jim Walker
Narrator(s): Richard Ferrone
Product Number CK054
Released: Nov 24, 2003
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781402569388

Professional reviews

"Gwen Williams of the Office of Naval Intelligence in San Francisco and her Hawaiian counterpart, Aki Kawa, simultaneously intercept Japanese communications detailing plans for the attack on Pearl Harbor. Dismissed by her supervisors, Gwen decides to investigate on her own. She contacts Washington reporter Sean Diamond and, soon afterward, is horrified to discover that Aki has been killed. Richard Ferrone's gravelly conspiratorial presentation is perfect for the gritty atmosphere of this time in history, but his accents and characterization attempts are inconsistent, a major problem in a story brimming with characters and subplots. However, his cameos of distinguished historical figures are interesting. K.A.T. (c) AudioFile 2005, Portland, Maine"

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