Mila Voss is dead. That’s what the team hired to terminate her had reported, and that’s how her file had been marked. Dead. Six years now. So why did she suddenly show up on a hotel’s security camera in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania? Those who’d paid for her elimination are more than a little curious.
One person should know what happened—Jonathan Quinn, one of the best cleaners in the business, the man who’d been tasked with the disposal of her body. Only Quinn isn’t exactly easy to get ahold of these days, and he may not be willing to share the answer.
©2012 Brett Battles (P)2012 Audible, Inc.
really enjoyed this. something new around every corner. we are greeting ready to start the next book.
We have heard two other books in this series so bought The Destroyed thinking we were in for a great story time. This book was kind of silly and boring, way below Battles' previous stories. Why go through all the trouble to cover up, fake death, and hide someone in prison in another country who was basically just a pest? It was a lame story. We'll try one more in the hopes Mr. Battles' had a co_writer (or any excuse) for this anomalie.
Again this book exceeded my expectations. Battles does a great job of creating a new and interesting story line.
I absolutely love every book in the Quinn series so far. I am excited to drive to work and hope every day thanks to them.
Only thing to add to my last review is that I start listening to these stories and can hardly bear to stop.
The Jonathan Quinn series keeps humming right along. As ever, The Destroyed is a great action story with interesting characters. This was near impossible to put down until I read the last page.
The story delves into a subject I would rather think was not even remotely factual. The ethics of people who clean up the crime scene to remove all evidence of clandestine murder. I listened to the story for Scott Brick's excellent narration. He can bring any story to life.
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