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Bourne’s friend Eli Yadin, head of Mossad, learns that Ouyang Jidan, a senior member of China’s Politburo, and a major Mexican drug lord may have been trafficking in something far more deadly than drugs. Yadin convinces Bourne to investigate. Bourne agrees, but only because he has a personal agenda: Ouyang Jidan is the man who ordered Rebeka – one of the only people Bourne has ever truly cared about – murdered. Bourne is determined to avenge her death, but in the process he becomes enmeshed in a monstrous world-wide scheme involving the Chinese, Mexicans, and Russians.

Bourne’s increasingly desperate search for Ouyang takes him from Tel Aviv, to Shanghai, Mexico City, and, ultimately, a village on China’s coast where a clever trap has been laid for him. Bourne finds himself pursued on all sides and unsure whom he can trust. As he moves closer to Ouyang, closer to avenging the woman he loved, he also moves ever closer to his own death…

Read by Holter Graham

(p) 2013 Hachette Audio

Reviews

Olympic style, all-out espionage
DAILY EXPRESS
A force of nature
NEW YORK TIMES
Hugely enjoyable
SUNDAY TIMES
Slickly paced...all-consuming
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY
Bourne is more mysterious than Bond, more real than Batman and more complex than Bruce Willis
STELLA
Move over 007, Bourne is back
DAILY MIRROR
A new breed of spy - yes, he's highly trained and proficient at killing people, but he's still a normal guy
EMPIRE