Twenty years ago a young cop named Jacqueline "Jack" Daniels arrested one of the most sadistic killers she'd ever encountered. She has since retired from the Chicago Police Department in order to raise her toddler daughter.
But old grudges never die. They fester until the right opportunity comes along.
While on vacation in the Wisconsin North Woods, Jack learns - too late - that her old adversary is out of prison. He has revenge on his mind. And he's bringing an army with him.
Outnumbered, outgunned, and cut off from the outside world, Jack Daniels is about to learn the meaning of last stand.
This is the ninth Jack Daniels novel, after Stirred. More than one million Jack Daniels novels have been sold worldwide.
Rum Runner by JA Konrath
That which does not kill you keeps trying....
Read by Bob Walkenhorst, lead singer/songwriter of The Rainmakers.
Includes a bonus interview with Walkenhorst and Konrath.
©2016 Joe Konrath (P)2016 Joe Konrath Books LTD
I love this series, but hated that he went with a male narrator for Jack. The previous narrators who have narrated the whole series until this point were the true voices of Jack, Herb & Harry that we've all come to love over the years. What a way to ruin a great audiblle series. I quit listening and just read the book, because it wasn't Jack
I was so excited to see a new Jack Daniels book! First just let me say Bob is a very good narrator but when you have a series of books read by the same narrators, changing narrators threw me off. I kept getting lost between who was talking, Fin or Jack. I also didn't get those creepy cringing belly laughing reactions that I got from the last eight books, not sure if it was due to to the change of narrators, the authors writing or a combination of the two.
I'm always waiting for another Jack Daniels story but the narration really threw me off on this one. I miss Jack and Herbs voices. As far as the plot I thought it was good I really enjoy Harry but he didn't come across the same with this narrator. Something was off.
Always Jack. She's cool.
No thank you.
It inspired me to start listening to audiobooks again
Please listen to your readers and get the really good voices back for Jack, Herb, and Harry. It makes a huge difference. Please keep the Jack Daniels novels I love them
could not put it down..... one of the best....... must read love love love.... thought could not top stirred but wow.
I've loved these stories from the first book! Unfortunately, after the sixth book, they really went downhill. The seventh book was so-so, but this last one was horrible! I'm so sorry this has happened, because these were so funny and enjoyable. The main character, Jack Daniels, has become so unlikable and ridiculous I just can't read them anymore. The narrator has been changed from the original books, and this guy is just terrible. When the books started going downhill, I thought that perhaps the author just had a misstep. So I gave him the benefit of the doubt, and kept trying, but I just can't read them anymore. Don't waste your money.
Less gruesome than others.I loved the book but hated the narrator he sucked..I had to read it and pissed I spent money to listen as he was so awful it almost wrecked the book..looked to see if next book is narrated as I like to listen while i clean or sew can't find it...humm
It was full of non-stop action and lots of humor.
Harry McClade. He's so crude and rude he's hysterically funny.
Good performance but bad with female voices. It was difficult to tell when Jack was talking and made it confusing. Liked the music and sound effects though.
It was the best Jack Daniels yet.
Great story. Great reading except the leading lady. Why oh why did you express her with a man's voice. Not only was it annoying but was quite distracting from the story line.
Rum Runner includes more dude humor than I prefer in my badass heroine novels, but it's good, and Bob Walkenhorst is a great narrator. I am SO tired of having Siri read to me. This is real, and W. is best when he's Jackie - that's the most important job. Hitchcock moment: Konrath is annoyingly believable in his part.
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