New Jersey state police officer Doug Brock has been after infamous criminal Nicholas Bennett for years. When Bennett kills someone close to Doug, Doug's investigation - and his life - start spiraling out of control. He's placed on indefinite suspension from the police force and breaks things off with his fiancée, but he can't let the case go, and he continues an off-the-books investigation on his own.
When Doug's former partner on the force, Nate Alvarez, receives a call from Doug saying he's discovered something big, something terrifying, something they need to call in the FBI to handle, Nate is furious that Doug has still been working the case. But when the call ends abruptly, and shortly afterward Doug is found in a hotel room, shot and in critical condition, Nate's anger turns to fear.
When Doug finally awakens from his coma, however, he has no memory of the case or even the last several years of his life. But the pull of what he might have discovered is too strong, and he finds himself immersed in a desperate search for truth once again, regardless of the danger.
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I did not enjoy this one nearly as much as the Andy Carpenter books. This may have been my least favorite Rosenfelt book.
Having said that it is still above average to average. I saw several people say they would like to see more of these characters, but I'll pass. The story and characters are straight forward and there is not a lot of witty dialogue. I saw some reviews saying this one had witty dialogue but they must have been confused
The narrator is decent and not as bad as I see in other reviews. He is simply not the witty satirical voice of Grover Gardner, who is perfect for the Carpenter books. He would not have fit this book as the characters and story were completely different.
Overall a slight thumbs up. Just missing Andy.
David provides an excellent mixture of humor and suspense. I like these characters and hope for more books involving them.
I've long admired, and highly recommend, his Andy Carpenter series.
All his books are very entertaining and great listens!
Different narrator. Couldn't get past the horrible performance. Not really fair to the author to have such an inferior narrator.
He was like a BAD actor. Tried too hard. Different characters were ridiculous sounding.
Do not let this narrator do any more books!
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Had another narrator!
His voice for one of the characters sounds like a gorilla talking! He was attempting a big guy voice and it came out as a cartoon character...awful!
I purchased the book without first checking who was the narrator. This is not the first book by David Rosenfelt he narrates. I did not like it the first 2 times. The characters sound as if they were 80 years old and lifetime smokers. Couldn't listen pass the first half hour. I love David Rosenfelt's books, especially the Andy Carpenter series. Good thing they have a different narrator.
Yes, great story line. Rosenfelt doesn't disappoint.
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The narration is terrible. Just bought it on e-book, and I like it. Too bad that with my long commute I can't listen to it without being annoyed. Change the narrator, please!
I would say this story is so-so and not as good as most of the many Rosenfelt books I have read. Part of the problem may have been the reader, and with a better narrator I might have enjoyed the story more. The voice of the main character was fine, but all of the other characters were silly and irritating. The voice of Nate, the main character's side-kick, sounded like a cartoon bear.
If you are a fan of Rosenfelt based on the Andy Carpenter series, skip this.
Good story. Not as good as Andy Carpenter series but it is still good. The author does borrow quite a bit from Carpenter's personality but that's OK. The bad thing about this book is that the narrator tries very hard to make his voice is very different which actually makes them Hor and comical
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