The unusual but still humdrum plot of this mystery is not uplifted by narrator Corey Snow’s steady but monotonous voice. The only thing outstanding about "the white angel" is the ingenious and horrifying methods she comes up with to kill her enemies—like casting one victim off in a rubber boat in a river filled with piranhas, then putting a bullet hole in the rubber. Sam Borne, who works for a secret intelligence organization, is dispatched to kill her but instead is taken with her beauty. Snow's reading is clear and fast paced, but neither the book nor the narrator has enough umph to make it to the top of this listener’s list. A.L.H. © AudioFile 2013, Portland, Maine [Published: JULY 2013]
Trade Ed. AudioGO 2013
DD ISBN 978-1-62064-703-5 $25.95
Library Ed. AudioGO 2013
DD ISBN 978-0-7927-9846-0 $44.95
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