When shocking (and seemingly irrefutable) accusations put his career on the line, he is forced to confront his dark and violent past in his search for the truth. Who is behind the setup? And even if he can clear his name, can he do the same for his conscience?
©1999 T. Jefferson Parker; (P)2009 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
This was an amazing book to read (listen to). Suspenseful and very real. I don't usually do real. Phil Gigante, again, brought all the characters to life for me. I usually listen while on the treadmill. This book I listened to until I finished it.
If you like snakes.
I have two more of his audio books so I guess I'd have to say yes.
The narrator did a pretty good job. It wasn't his fault that I had to stop listening quite a few times because I didn't want to hear what was going to happen next.
Besides the snake scenes I also didn't like one of the subplots, but I won't spoil it for those who might enjoy this book by saying which one.
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