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  • The Swords of Haven

  • A Hawk & Fisher Omnibus, Volume 1
  • By: Simon R. Green
  • Narrated by: Alex Wyndham
  • Length: 17 hrs and 42 mins
  • 4.3 out of 5 stars (6 ratings)

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Summary

Swords of Haven brings together the first three novels in New York Times bestselling author Simon R. Green's beloved Hawk & Fisher series:

Hawk & Fisher

A high-level city official is murdered during a dinner party and Hawk and Fisher have only a few hours to find the killer among the guests, including powerful spell-casters, cunning politicians, Haven royalty, and the victim's own wife.

Winner Takes All

Hawk & Fisher grapple with dark magics, devious politicians, and deadly assassins when they're assigned to protect James Adamant, a fiery young politician whose plan to root out Haven's corruption makes him very popular . . . as a target.

The God Killer

No one is safe in Haven, not even the Gods! When divine residents of the Street of Gods fall prey to a murderer, Hawk & Fisher must team up with an exclusive tactical unit to catch the killer before all hell breaks loose in Haven.

©1990, 1991 Simon R. Green (P)2022 Tantor

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I loved reading this years ago and it was even better in audiobook format. Brutality, politics and crime all rolled together in three fantastic stories.

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Green is cheated by this narrator.

Simon R. Green is a spectacular writer.
I have listened to 90% of his huge catalog of work so I knew when I downloaded this earlier series I was in safe hands (albeit not Bruin Bear and the Sea Goat’s).
Then comes this awful narrator.
Nasally, almost vocal fry voice that sounds like he couldn’t be bothered and a tendency to raise pitch at the end of a sentence, as though everything is a question or he’s Australian but without the accent.
It took me far too long to get past his awful narration and it spoiled a really good anthology of stories.

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