Ethan "Hutch" Hutchinson hasn't seen his old college pals in nearly 10 years. Now fate has brought them together again as one of the gang is put on trial for a brutal, senseless murder. The Chicago police and prosecutor think they have their perp, but Hutch isn't about to sit silently in a courtroom as someone he cares about is wrongfully convicted.
When Hutch and his friends join forces to search for the real killer, what they find shatters every notion they have about friendship, loss, and redemption...and may very well cost Hutch and the woman he loves their lives.
©2012 Robert Gregory Browne (P)2013 Robert Gregory Browne
Already have, the Innocent Ones - far superior to this book.
Probably not. This book felt and sounded dated but it is not that old. Tons of clichés right out of the 1950's. Story line is pretty weak, "the gang" will find the real murderer who was spotted because he looked strange.
Narrator was good but made main character sound like a dumb jock.
If you are painting your bedroom, anything is worth listening to.
Why ever would I do that?
An author with talent, other than the usual so-so
A narrator whose voice isn't fingernails on a blackboard
I had never heard of the author and was afraid it would be another dud but I had ran out of books to listen to so I took a chance. It was really good. I hope the rest of his books are offered by Audible.
Not sure. I seldom look at names of narrators.
Possibly by the author, but definitely not the narrator.
He seemed to get every intonation and emphasis wrong. Character and plot were marred by his speedy delivery and lack of any sense of dramatic timing.
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