• The Walls of Jericho

  • By: Jon Land
  • Narrated by: Andy Caploe
  • Length: 11 hrs and 46 mins
  • 4.0 out of 5 stars (110 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

American Ben Kamal is a Detroit police detective whose police training makes him valuable to the new Palestinian police force on the West Bank. He's glad to help - but hooking up with the Israelis to find a serial killer was not part of the deal. Danielle Barnea is the best that Shin Bet, Israel's FBI, has to offer, but she, too, resists the assignment. Now Ben and Danielle are forced to leave personal differences behind as they realize that something much more complex than murder is behind the killings.

©1997 Jon Land (P)2014 Audible Inc.

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Garbage

Dreadful narration of blatantly pro-Palestinian political propaganda. If this is the sort of "fiction" Audible intends to offer, I might have to qreconsider my membership.

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Nope

I really had to push myself to finish this. I don't like giving mediocre reviews, and much less bad reviews, but this book was rough. It was way too over-the-top. The plot was fine but the story itself made me think of a 15 year old trying to create the next Marvel film. I also did not care for the narrator. The "voices" were a bit ridiculous, to the point that some of his characters sounded like he was trying to mimic a voice changer/ disguiser.

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Good story, reader needs to rethink approach

I liked the story and the reader has a great voice but his choice to make so many of the characters into cartoon caricatures was so distracting that I couldn’t finish the book.

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Didn’t finish

Narrator not good. For this story involving Americans and Middle East characters, a better narrator is definitely needed. These voices were not believable and chose not to listen to last 8+ hours.

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Narrator was too intense all the way through the book. Needs to mix it up.

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Jump Aboard The Next Great Thriiler Series

Amazing characters that wrap you up on a story of betrayal and intrigue as nothing is as simple as it seems. You will want more from these characters.

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Don't, just dont.

The story is not the worst I've listened to. I still couldn't finish it.

The narration is painful. it's like he graduated from the William Shatner school of over acting.

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