jeff woodman did an excellent job speeding this page turner to its solution. story dark from time to time, but characters well-drawn and portrayed.
a great book. good story, and funny in parts. the reading was excellent too. i really, really enjoyed this one. am looking forward to the next book by this author. Also, some serious competition for Scott Brick!
Was thinking this might be a good holiday mystery but just too much bad language for me to continue that didn't make the reading experience pleasurable.
This is NOT the John Ceepak series at all. It is a thriller. Our hero is a famous FBI agent.
Maybe the readers should not be all that tired, after all this seems to be the first of a series, so the main characters, including the hero's child, have to survive till the next book.
But there are vast numbers of bad guys to conquer, two different groups of Russian Mafia.
As usual with Grabenstein's books, the audio is very good, (although I don't know how good the Russian accent is--distinctive here), enough difference in voices to separate the characters.