Robert Ludlum's The Bourne Betrayal

eAudio - unabridged
Audio (17.55 hours)
Product Number: Z100063665
Released: Jun 05, 2007
Business Term: 2 Year
ISBN: #9781609410599
Narrator/s: Jeremy Davidson
Publisher: Hachette Audio
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Two months after Jason Bourne's second wife has dies, he learns that Martin Lindros, his only friend in the CIA, went missing in Africa where he was tracking shipments of yellowcake uranium. After Bourne finds him, Martin returns to the U.S., but only after he persuades Bourne to go to Odessa to penetrate the clandestine world of terrorist money men there. In Odessa, Bourne is hampered by confusing flashes of memories. He becomes convinced that they're false, but who planted them and why? And how can he function if he can't rely on his own memories? Eventually, Bourne figures out that the man he saved in Africa isn't his friend but a double, a terrorist intent on sending Bourne off on a wild goose chase while he himself steals U.S. intelligence and uses the information to coordinate an attack against a major U.S. city using nuclear devices. The double, continuing to pose as Martin Lindros, orders a world-wide sanction against Bourne. Now, Bourne must fight off attempts on his life, track down uranium, and stop terrorists from launching an even more devastating attack against the U.S.

Author(s): Eric Van Lustbader
Series: Jason Bourne Series No: 5
Original Publish Date: Jun 05, 2007

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Author(s): Eric Van Lustbader
Product Number EB00278810
Released: Apr 10, 2014
Business Term: 2 Year
ISBN: #9780446590914

Professional reviews

"When Jason Bourne, now considered a rogue agent, seeks psychiatric help for troubling dreams, he doesn't know he's meeting with a doctor who intends to tamper with his muddled memories. Bourne doesn't realize the psychiatrist is an impersonator, part of a clever sabotage by Islamic extremists to strike at the heart of America. Jeremy Davidson captures the thriller's suspense and action, but not until the second half of the book. The plot builds slowly, with too many irrelevant details, but it's worth sticking with because of Davidson's narration. His delivery and adept pacing of the second half animate the accelerating story to produce a satisfying finish. G.D.W. (c) AudioFile 2007, Portland, Maine"

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