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Jason Bourne is now working as a ‘blacksmith’ – someone who is hired by high-level government ministers fearful of assassination attempts. He is paid to impersonate these men at meetings in places of uncertain security around the globe. Bourne is at one such meeting when armed gunmen storm the room – but their target is not the minister he impersonates, it is Bourne himself.

Kidnapped and transported to an underground bunker, Bourne finds himself face-to-face with a well-known terrorist, a man who calls himself El Ghadan (‘Tomorrow’). El Ghadan demands that Bourne carry out a special mission for him – one, that if completed, will have dire consequences for the entire world.

Read by Holter Graham

(p) 2014 Hachette Audio

Reviews

Ludlum stuffs more surprises into his novels than any other six-pack of thriller writers combined
NEW YORK TIMES
Bourne is more mysterious than Bond, more real than Batman and more complex than Bruce Willis
STELLA
Huge in scope... Ludlum spins it all together with lots of suspense
SUNDAY TELEGRAPH
The real titan of the genre is Robert Ludlum
GQ
A writer who bests the bestsellers
DAILY TELEGRAPH
Olympic style, all-out espionage
DAILY EXPRESS
Move over 007, Bourne is back
DAILY MIRROR
Slickly paced ... all-consuming
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY