Paul Janson has a difficult past, which includes a shadowy, notorious career in U.S. Consular Operations. Now living a quiet life, nothing could lure him back into the field. Nothing - except Peter Novack, a man who once saved Janson's life, who has been kidnapped by terrorists and is set to be executed. Janson hastily assembles a team of former colleagues and proteges to rescue Novak but the operation goes horribly wrong. Now Janson finds himself marked for death and his only hope is to uncover the truth behind these events - a truth that has the power to foment wars, topple governments, and change the very course of history
by Robert Ludlum
by Robert Ludlum, Gayle Lynds
by Robert Crais
by Robert Rotenberg
by Robert Ludlum, Kyle Mills
"Paul Janson, a typical Robert Ludlum leading character, becomes the victim of his own success and ends up embroiled in an overly complex plot of murder and deceit. Unknown forces entwine Janson in an ever-tightening web of circumstances. Who? Why? And why Janson? Reader Paul Michael does little to help readers wade through the verbiage. Although his voice is clear and crisp, his treatment of narrative sections is lacking. On the other hand, his dialects are wonderful, filled with personality and life. Die-hard Ludlum fans are sure to enjoy THE JANSON DIRECTIVE. For others, it will be an effort. T.J.M. (c) AudioFile 2003, Portland, Maine"
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