In a clear, crisp voice Dakota Blue Richards introduces listeners to the action-packed world of Aubrey Argylle. After the death of his globe-trotting parents, 20-something Argylle wanders the Thai jungle until his rescue of plane crash survivors brings him to the attention of the CIA. Argylle speaks multiple languages and has no attachments. In other words, he would be an ideal CIA agent. Under the brilliant CIA director Frances Coffey, Argylle and his team attempt to stop a Russian billionaire from becoming the right-wing leader of Russia. Richards narrates in a neutral American accent, reflecting the background of Argylle and his team. She excels in portraying Coffey, using steady pacing to highlight his calculating thoughts. Richards infuses her performance with the excitement of Argylle's mission. A.M. © AudioFile 2024, Portland, Maine [Published: JANUARY 2024]
Trade Ed. Random House Audio 2024
DD ISBN 9780593739969 $22.50
Library Ed. Books on Tape 2024
DD ISBN 9780593739976 $95.00
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