“We want you to lay a ghost,” Frances Fitzgibbon is told as she is ordered to investigate the past of her superior, Colonel Jack Butler, at a decisive moment in his career. But why? For as Colonel Butler pursues an elusive IRA/KGB assassin, Frances finds herself confronting dangerous questions, when more than one spectre is raised from the dark past.
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Couldn't get past the screeching and whispering. I have no idea what it is about.
Has Tomorrow's Ghost turned you off from other books in this genre?
Don't really know what the genre is.
How did the narrator detract from the book?
Impossible to listen to in the car. Perhaps a high end stereo would soften the screeches.
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Didn't understand it or finish it. Total waste of money.
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As good, if not better, than the rest
A different main character and a different reader in a different type of story. But, beautifully crafted, well paced and exquisitely narrated. If you value good writing and good reading listen to this!