On the last day of his job, retiring IRS manager Frank Amato receives a shocking letter from a stranger delving into his past - one filled with sociopaths, murders, and terror Amato had fought to forget. After arriving home, he clutches the letter in his trembling hand as he digs out the manuscript he wrote years ago - the one he never published. Only he knows why. His heart rate skyrockets as he focuses on the title, Murder 1040: The Final Audit. This was his story. In fact, he was the main character, caught in a life-and-death struggle. He shivers, knowing the ghosts will taunt him as he revisits those pages. Thank God he's off the clock. For good.
©2016 Fred Lichtenberg (P)2017 Fred Lichtenberg
Yes I Would... The Book Was Entertaining...
Fred Was A Very Good Narrator..
The Author Could Have Had A Follow Up But The Story Kept Dragging On..It Could Have Ended Several Times But The Author Made It Very Unbelievable By Adding An Additional Character At The End... It Wasn't Necessary
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I love listening to Psychological Thrillers , and Suspenseful or Action Novels..
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This gripping mystery and suspense thriller is full of mystery and suspense, plot twists and surprises. or books with hard-boiled mystery thriller suspense & action, you will not be able to put this down & the end will have you begging for more.
The twists keep on coming as Frank Amato peels away the layers of a bribery scheme to find the murderer of an IRS agent. He keeps you riveted through twists, turns and intrigues. A definite must read.
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Murder 1040: The Final Audit by Fred Lichtennberg was a good read. Frank Amato is a retiring IRS manager who is brought back to a time he wanted to forget. When he went home he reread his manuscript he never published. This manuscript was based on his life and the pain he has been through.
This book is full of unexpected twists and turns! I found the story to be totally original. I thought the narrator did a great performance, the author was new to me. I was voluntarily provided this review copy audiobook at no charge by the author, narrator, and/or publisher.
Read, listen, live
I never thought I would root for the IRS but the author created such a suspenseful story with fascinating - and at times juvenile- characters and plot twists that I couldn't stop hoping that Amado would have a happy retirement.
Though I received this book as a gift from the author I submit this unbiased review and hope to be able to purchase more from him in the future... the epilogue does provide this possibility:)
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