An ex-member of the SAS, Mike Cramer is the perfect sacrificial bait. When the FBI discover the next name on the assassin’s hit list, Cramer is set up to take his place. But Cramer’s past has caught up with him. Ex-IRA extremist Dermot Lynch blames Cramer for his lover’s death, and he’s out for revenge. As Cramer trains for the most dangerous mission in his career, Lynch hunts down his sworn enemy. And the unknown assassin silently closes in on his target. The players are in position for the final, deadly game….
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By Gwynne Roberts on 02-07-14
Where does The Double Tap rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
This is pure Stephen Leather
What other book might you compare The Double Tap to, and why?
Similar to The Long Shot which is the first of the two Mike Cramer stories with multiple related strands
Which character – as performed by Martyn Read – was your favourite?
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Apart from the thought of listening for 17 hours, yes it was hard to take a break
Any additional comments?
The only irritation to the otherwise skilful narration was Martyn Read's pronunciation of Quantico as Kwanteeeco rather than KWONtico (like Americans) and Miami as Meeami rather than My-ami.
The latter is from a native Indian word and Americans pronounce it My-ami.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
By Anthony Smith on 31-05-14
I am an avid audible fan and have enjoyed several Stephen Leather stories narrated by Paul Thornley. This narration by Martyn Read was so bad I couldn't carry on listening. It was his attempt at an Irish or American accent which really grated - a great shame because it might have been a good story.
If you're looking through the list of Stephen Leather stories don't choose one read by Maryn Read.
5 of 6 people found this review helpful