Called "the finest thriller writer in the world today" by the Daily Telegraph, Gerald Seymour is the author of several acclaimed best-sellers. A novel of riveting suspense, The Untouchable is the tale of Mister, the supreme crimelord of London, and his scheme to expand his illicit enterprises into the Balkans. Only one man stands in his way-British customs officer Joey Cann. With a flawless reading by narrator Gerard Doyle, The Untouchable is truly an enthralling listen.
by Gerald Seymour
by James Heneghan
by Luke Scull
by Mick Herron
by William Joyce, Laura Geringer
by Val McDermid
by Herbie Brennan
by Jonathan Barnes
"Mister is the complex, despicable crime boss of London. His business is drug running; his specialty is total control and ruthlessness. As he plans an expansion into the Balkans, British Customs and Excise and Internal Security follow in one last desperate attempt to subdue him. They've lost him before, you see, as he owns an alarming number of bent coppers. Gerard Doyle offers an exquisite narration of this terrific thriller. He expands the text in so many subtle ways, offering listeners a multicolored, nuanced experience. His Mister is a fascinating terror, whose voice echoes his iron self-control. The Customs and Excise underling on his trail blends insecurity and determination perfectly. Occasions of simple narration in Doyle's well-paced, pleasant voice are also examples of how such things are done. Beautiful. A.C.S. Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award (c) AudioFile 2004, Portland, Maine"
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