Robert Ludlum's The Bourne Betrayal

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

New York Times bestselling author Eric Van Lustbader bring another pulse-pounding Jason Bourne thriller as Bourne's last friend in the world goes missing and Bourne will do another to bring him home. Already devastated by loss, Bourne is shattered by a report that his last friend in the world, Martin Lindros has gone missing. A CI deputy director, Lindros was in Ethiopia tracking suspicious shipments of yellowcake uranium and atomic bomb weaponry. His last lifeline to humanity, Bourne will not let Lindros go. Despite his hatred for CI, Bourne sets out to rescue his friend and finish the job: dismantling a terrorist network determined to build nuclear armaments by cutting off their source of money. But Bourne doesn't realize that these men, Islamic supremacists, are leaders of an incredibly dangerous, technologically savvy group with ties from Africa, across the Middle East, and into Eastern Europe and Russia. They have predicted Bourne's every move, and are counting on his unwitting help in their plans to destroy America.

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Author(s): Eric Van Lustbader
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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"