This is a short excerpt from a thriller style audiobook where the main character is entering a restaurant to hide out in the city of Kazan.
Middle Aged (35-54)
North American (General)
Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
Robert Mattson audio book read. I walked into a small restaurant into the third rate hotel, where I had paid cash for three nights in advance. I didn't plan to stay more than one, but if there were people looking for me among the 1,000,000 residents of the city of Kazan, it would help to see more like a tourist here for the minced meat pies the city was known for. Since it was late, The dinner Russia Doherty cleared out, and I had my choice of tables. I took a booth in the back that hit my face from the street but still afforded a good view of the foot traffic. A bartender in his early thirties came up with a menu, something to drink, he said. I waved away the menu and ordered a bold of soul Janka and a beer in my limited Russian. He went to the bar, pulled out a cold bottle of Baltika and dropped it at my table. I nursed. My drink is I went over the last 48 hours. Two countries, three cities and one dead body. Fortunately, not mine
Detective, Everyman, Hero, Husband, Alpha Male, Aloof, Amusing, Brave, Confessional, Confident, Conversational, Friendly, Thoughtful, North American (General), Russian