Can visiting a grave connect us with the dead? What happens when a man thinks he can hear his dead brother? Billy Jarvis suffers an untimely death, leaving his little brother, Donnie, alone with his mother. Donnie thinks his dead brother has told him how to make things right and Detective Strong is pushed to figure out why people are disappearing. In the third book of the series, Jason is without his regular partner, Vanessa Layne, and must rely on a new partner to help him solve the mystery.
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The story had very little to do with detectives and more about Donnie the brother and how he was hurt by his brother's death.
He has a nice voice and the narration was easy to listen to.
At the end when Donnie joins his brother.
I would recommend the book. It was a good short story read by a good narrator
The ending, was very sad but had to be.
Jason Strong at the police station being pushed around by his boss
Yes, I could have listened to it in one setting but it was too long. If I stopped, I could not wait toget back to it.
The book was well written for a short dective story and the narrator did a good job of giving the characters some life.
I only listen to audio books, so yes I would consider the audio book better.
It was over quickly, one trip to work and there was no bad langue in the book.
Joshua Benningtons read was good, I could listen to him all day.
I would recommend the book.
clean detective story
Donnie, the whole story circles around him
He gave it a good read and gave the character a personality.
It was a good book, not great but good with a even better reader.
The narrator gave the characters a personality and he did a great job as a story teller.
The most memorable moment was when Donnie came home to find his brother dead.
Joshua Bennington really made the book into a good story book. He gave the characters life and the story was told in an entertaining manner.
I did listen to the book in one drive to our vacation home. It made the trip some much shorter
The most enjoyable part of this audio book was the narrator. He made the story seem real.
It was short and there was no foul language.
Joshua Bennington brought the story to life and gave the characters some character.
I was saddened when Donnie went to grave yard to talk to his brother
Over all it was a good book, it was a short detective story that was given new life by a good narrator. I would recommend it.
I did not read the paper version but this narrator was very good and gave the book.more depth.
The ending was the only surprise in the book.
We have listened to one other of his performances and we have loved both of them.
I did not feel that the detective was much of a detective.
Good book fast and short, It was read by a very good narrator which helped the book a LOT.
No, the plot was predicable, the ending was not
Entertaining story told by a good story teller. I would highly recommend the audiobook.
The book had that sad down home feeling that the story could really have happened
When the two boys got off the school bus and Donnie found out what happened to his brother
When Donnie talks to his brother at the grave yard. We don't know if Donnie is really hearing his brother or not.
The part when Donnie's mother dies and he has to bury her in the back yard. It leaves him all alone
The story was interesting but the narrator gave it a great boost by giving the characters more character.
SAD DETECTIVE STORY
The story develops rapidly as does the the young brothers evil plot.
Yes, I listened to "Tested by Fire" and "Extreme Measures". Both of those books were similar in that they were action/detective stories.
Tragic detective story.
I felt that the book was well written and the characters developed well for the length of the book. But what really helped the book was the narrator. Without his character development the book might be a little less entertaining..
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