Most careers begin with an interview and a handshake. Others require a little something more.
Meet Jake Oliver. The day will come when he's one of the best cleaners in the business, a man skilled at making bodies disappear. At the moment, however, he's a 22-year-old rookie cop, unaware his life is about to change. In a burning barn a body is found - and the fire isn't the cause of death. The detectives working the case have a pretty good idea about what went down. But Officer Oliver thinks it's something else entirely, and pursues a truth others would prefer remain hidden - others who will go to extreme lengths to keep him quiet.
Every identity has an origin. This is Quinn's.
©2011 Brett Battles (P)2012 Audible, Inc.
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Yes. I enjoy the author's writing and Scott Brick brings all of the characters to life with his narration. I sometimes find that listening to a book I considered an excellent listen can become even better with a second listen.
Yes, my desire to understand what and why a person could ever want to make such a career choice.
Where Quinn has decided to leave a new career choice and the consequences of that choice.
Becoming Quinn should be the first book read in the series. Be sure to follow-up with the other novels in the series, they only keep getting better. Learning to know Quinn is quite a good experience with lots of action, suspense, love, anger and more, leaving you wanting more. And guess what; it's there for the reading.
If you like the Quinn character, this short read fills in the blanks as to how he got into this strange line of work. This answered the question, "is Quinn good, or is Quinn bad." It serves a the prequel to the Quinn series.
Quinn, of course, by his newbie police friend was an interesting character.
Brick is a good reader. No complaints.
Probably, but there isn't enough here by itself to make a strong box office draw.
Worth a re-listen
Story is good as far as it goes. It needs more development - my opinion.
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