Summary

When CIA operative Malcolm, code-named Condor, discovers his colleagues butchered in a blood-spattered office, he realizes that only an oversight by the assassins has saved his life. He contacts CIA headquarters for help, but when an attempted rendezvous goes wrong, it quickly becomes clear that no one can be trusted. Malcolm disappears into the streets of Washington, hoping to evade the killers long enough to unravel the conspiracy - but will that be enough to save his life?
BONUS AUDIO: Includes an exclusive introduction written and read by author James Grady.
©2008 James Grady (P)2009 Audible, Inc.
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5 out of 5 stars
By Norma Miles on 22-07-15

The Condor still has wings

I have loved and often revisited the film, Three Days of the Condor, for many years. How good it was to hear the original book, slightly different perhaps, but also excellent. Unlike some other reviewers, I found the narrator carried the story well
Well worth the purchase and I know that I will listen again in the future.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Joshua Guttman on 28-01-13

First book I've read where the movie was better.

Would you listen to Six Days of the Condor again? Why?

Nope, because I've seen the movie so many times.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

No, its a little slow. Had trouble keeping track of the names.

Any additional comments?

The love store isn't believable. I can see why they re-worked the book for the movie. Still a great read. Probably would have been better if I wasn't such a huge fan of the movie.

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5 out of 5 stars
By jonathan on 31-08-10

Oldy but a Goody

I was not sure about this book when I started but by the end it was very enjoyable albeit fairly short. It is a fast and action packed book. I have never seen the movie I may now. Excellent novel if you like the Thiller / Spy genere of books.

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