Eric G. Dove performs Robert Gregory Browne’s Negligence with a blue-collar, almost cocky swagger. His delivery fits this tale of treachery and "privileged idiots" at a Chicago prep school. Yes, this crime thriller pits the streetwise Matt Isaacs, crime reporter, and his pal, washed-up actor Hutch, against the mystery of a grisly killing and a prosecutor’s shrewd case. Written in a tough-guy vernacular reminiscent of Richard Price and filled with curse words and slang, this audiobook is for those who like their crime with a little introspection and a lot of adrenaline.
DEAD GIRLS TELL NO TALES...
She was found with a bullet in her head, and the kid she was last seen with woke up drugged and disoriented in a neighbor's backyard. Now the kid is awaiting trial for her murder, and crime reporter Matt Isaacs is convinced that there's more here than meets the eye.
But Matt's old college pal, Ethan "Hutch" Hutchinson - washed-up actor and newly-minted trial junkie - isn't so sure, until a violent attack propels Hutch and his friends into the middle of a conspiracy that takes them all the way from the courthouse gallery to the not so hallowed halls of an exclusive Chicago prep school... straight into the hands of a killer.
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