Beijing Red by Alex Ryan ~ Bioterrorism in China #Thriller #AudiobookReview #SundayBlogShare


One day, I guess, I have to try an Audiobook. One day…

BetweenTheLines

  • 30152109Audiobook Review
  • Author: Alex Ryan
  • Performed by MacLeod Andrews
  • Released: May 2016 by Blackstone Audio
  • Category: Thriller, Crime, Suspense
  • four-half-stars

When ex-Navy SEAL Nick Foley travels to China to find purpose and escape the demons of his past, he instead stumbles into a conspiracy his Special Forces training never prepared him for.

While working as an NGO volunteer for a non-profit organisation, overseeing a clean water project in western China, Nick Foley, a decorated ex Navy SEAL, is caught up in the outbreak of a deadly and unknown disease. He witnesses his friend, Batur, a Muslim and member of the local Uyghur community, die a horrifying and unexplained death. Nick and some of his team rush Batur to the hospital where they are held under guard, then moved to a quarantine ward. 

When it becomes apparent the disease is not contagious, Nick is interrogated by Commander Zhang, the leader of the…

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