John Logan is used to getting what he wants, and what he wants now is Sarah's help. His top-secret venture has been sabotaged, its facilities destroyed, and its handpicked staff massacred. The sole survivor is being held for ransom. Logan knows that the only way to save the man - and the secrets he holds - is to find him as soon as possible.
Racing against time to stop the bloodshed before more victims are claimed, both Sarah and Logan will look straight into the heart of true evil. And when the killer's search for revenge finally ends, no one will ever be the same again...
©2000 I.J. Enterprises; (P) 2000 Random House, Inc.; Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio Publishing; A Division of Random House, Inc.; Original Cover Art ©2000 Alan Ayers
This books is one of the most interesting books I have read. It was Wonderful to learn about the rescue dogs.
Does anyone know of any other books about Rescue Dogs?? I have searched but can find Nothing. I would love some input.
I should have noticed that this was an abridged version of the book. I would not expect that the ending would be part of what was removed. There are five chapters and one download. I bought the kindle version just to see how the book ended. I would give that a zero star if possible.
Yes, it's great.
None that I've read, this is a unique experience
She's the perfect blend for this story
Absolutely frikin riveting
Monty and Maggie. When I first read this, in paper form, I had just gotten a golden retriever puppy. Now she's gone, but listening to this again brought back all those happy memories.
The scene with Madden confronting Sarah and Logan, and Logan's resulting outburst.
I don't think I would rename it.
I read it years ago without reading the first two books. I was only slightly confused, and only in regard to the interpersonal intricacies. I was able to figure it out pretty quickly though, so it wasn't a big deal.
I have started listening for about five times before I made myself listen to the entire book. The first 30 minutes were impossible to get through because of the narration. I like Cynthia Nixon on screen but listening to this was awful. Especially when the dogs thoughts are reflected. Soooooooooo slooooooooooooow.
I'm glad it's over.
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