Black Water Transit is Jack's container ship company, and when Jack is approached by a man wanting to ship his gun collection to Mexico - very simple, very illegal - he sees an opportunity. So Jack cuts a deal with the ATF to trade one illegal gun dealer for one slightly imperfect kid. The deal is set, the weapons on board, the cops and feds in place. Everything should come off without a hitch. . .until the shooting starts and people start dying. As the body count rises, Jack must go on the lam, in a race for his life, and there isn't a law enforcement agency in the world that can help him now.
©2002 Carsten Stroud; (P)2005 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
I could not stop listening to this book! The narration is top-notch and the story line full of unexpected twists and turns. The characters are well defined, believable, and compelling. I wish Audible would produce more Stroud titles; I am sure this book is not just a lucky draw from this author, and can't wait to listen to more of his work.
this.is.my.first.read.by.Stroud. it.was.by.far.the.best.read.I've.Had. Stroud.is.now.my.favorite.writer.and.is.a.combination.of.John.grisham,Steven.King,and.Dean.Koontz. that's.my.observation.at.least. with.that.being.said,the.reviews.for.Niceville.are.through.the.roof. can't.wait.to.read.it.and.anything.else.offered.by.the.hand.of.such.a.writer. my name is Sean and I approve this message
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