From the Barry Award-winning author of the Jonathan Quinn series comes Little Girl Gone.
Logan Harper isn't looking for redemption. He just wants to live in peace and forget his troubled past. But one morning his quiet life is upended when he interrupts the attempted murder of his father's best friend Tooney. The next thing Logan knows, he's on his way to Los Angeles, searching for Tooney's missing granddaughter and uncovering a sinister plot connected not only to Tooney's Burmese past, but also to the boardrooms of corporate America.
As the odds stack up against him, Logan must fall back on old skills from the life he'd rather forget. He's made a promise, and the only way to fulfill it is to bring the girl home alive.
©2011 Brett Battles (P)2011 Audible, Inc.
"The best word I can use to describe his writing is addictive." (James Rollins)
"Battles has a true gift for writing thrillers." (Crimespree magazine)
Brett Battles does it again with this great new series. It's definitely different from the Jonathan Quinn series (which you should read too), but Logan Harper is an equally thrilling, complex, and interesting character. And also once again, Battles takes us on a thrilling ride across the globe --- all to save a girl. I could not recommend this any more!
Brett Battles is a great writer! His stories keep you involved to the end. I haven't been dissappointed in any of his writings nor have anyone that I have referred him too!
Oh definately! I even listened to this book while doing my house work.
Harp, Logan's dad, was my favorite. Jeff did a great job depicting both father and son even when the chafracters were terse with each other.
It had a good mix of characters, story, facts, and humor.
Yes. It never got to wordy were you loose sight of the story.
No but I liked him he's one of my favorites know.
I have no idea sorry I'm not creative
Brett Battles displays a deft touch with thrillers, linking seemingly disparate elements at just the right time to make the hair stand on end.
This doesn't quite have the punch of the best of the Quinn books but it's still head and shoulders above most of the dross out there.
This book was really good. The narrator made it even that much better. Great job. The story took place in several locations but kept everything cohesive.
Without the gee whiz voice
The father was irritating. The delay tactics to ratchet up suspense by Battles were ridiculous. If they told the guy one more time I cant tell you, I was going to scream. The interviewing cop was an idiot.
Different narrator & more depth to the characters
It felt amateurish. The scene could be serious or dire but the narrator sounded light hearted.
I have really enjoyed other works by Brett Battles but I will not pursue the rest of this series.
The writing was over. I could get into it nor could i pay attention!
suspense. or romantic suspense.
probably in the beginning when the main character goes to cali and interviews the friends of the missing person
I hated the story line so i wouldve changed a lot!
Dont waste your time.
It seemed to me that there was an awful lot of unimportant information. May have to re-listen in a couple months to find out if I feel differently then. I have enjoyed some of Brett Battles other books.
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