AN American Spy by Olen SteinHauer Book Review

Rating: 5 out of 5.

About: Milo is back where he started in the CIA. This time he’s uncovered a conspiracy. There’s a mole in the department. Unsure who to trust, he must figure out a way to put together a team so that they can get to the bottom of it before everybody is in danger. To top it off, his former boss has also gone missing.


Plot: This book was just as action-packed as the first two. I wasn’t really surprised. I was happy to see more of the wife and daughter in this book. I was mostly happy to see more of the father in the book though. He seems like a decent man underneath it all. He also wants his son to take over his career when he passes.


Characters: Milo is a very work driven guy. He will stop it at nothing to get his job done and keep his loved ones safe. His wife and kid are seriously wonderful people. He tries his wife’s patience with his job sometimes, but they find a way to make it work. I really loved the father the best. He’s one of my favorite characters.


Narration: This book was narrated by the same person as book two. David Pittu. He did a really good job. I’m still impressed with how much he sounds like the person who narrated book one though. If I didn’t know better, I would say he just got a professional name change. I like his voice though.


Suggestions: None


Recommend: Yes, but please read the first two books first.


Quotes:

Do not always assume motive where human error will suffice.

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