Frank Boston, retired Air Force Pararescueman, experienced two separate incidents involving three back-to-back deaths early in his Air Force career. He concluded after the second incident that he has a strange power he calls nose-smell, a sort of mystic instinct of seeing who will die in a group of related deaths. He goes years without using his ability until a small girl drowns in a pond on the nearby Air Force base. He knows two more water-related deaths will soon follow. Frank's mission: to identify the two future victims and prevent their deaths.
©2016 David Joseph (P)2016 David Joseph
I am a wee bit over the half a century mark in years. I enjoy audiobooks,cats,rats and most days my family,not necessarily in that order!lo
Frank knows that for him,death comes in threes.Can he stop them from happening?A good short story.Kevin Arthur Harper is a terrific narrator for this.I was given this copy by the author,narrator or publisher.
I lived at Travis AFB and the surrounding area and found this book to be so real it did not even feel like fiction. The narrator does an excellent job keeping a consistent speed and his tone and inflections made it more like someone telling a story rather than reading a book. I listened at 1.5 speed and it was perfect. This is a great story and is narrated very well, highly recommend!
What a spell-binder! Listened straight through. Could not stop. Great narration! Voice perfect for the old man. Frank Boston. Look forward to more stories by David Joseph!
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