In college, Griffin McCray and his four best friends had their lives planned out. Griffin and Luke Gallagher would join the Baltimore PD. Declan Gray would head to the FBI, and Parker Mitchell would go on to graduate school as a crime scene analyst. But then Luke vanished before graduation, and their world - and friendships - crumbled. Now Griffin is a park ranger at Gettysburg, having left life as a SWAT-team sniper when a case went bad. The job is mostly quiet - until the day he captures two relic hunters uncovering skeletal remains near Little Round Top.
Griffin just wants the case to go away, but charming forensic anthropologist Finley Scott determines that the body is modern - a young social justice lawyer missing since spring - and all evidence points to the work of an expert sniper. When FBI agent Declan Gray takes over the case, past and present collide. Griffin soon realizes he'll need to confront some of the darkest days of his life if he - and those he cares about - are going to escape a downward spiral of murder that crosses continents.
©2016 Dani Pettrey (P)2016 Recorded Books
I love Therese Plummer. Great narrator. Decent story but way too much praying. Came off insincere and as if the author was pushing religion. Unfortunate. I believe in praying but didn't need it in this book. I will not be reading anything from this author again.
Good story line.
Excellent as usual
No way. Doubt the general public would want to see these characters on their knees praying all the time.
The author might want to look for a different way to "witness" about her religion. Don't hide it inside a mystery book. Doesn't work.
This book has a unique plot filled with suspense and romance. the characters had a strong faith and a great connection with each other. can't wait for dani's next book.
love to read
Loved this! Enjoy getting to know new friends and building my faith as I learn from well written characters.
Love this story - set in my home state and most favorite historic site - I hope the series continues to explore all the characters - This could have easily been 2 books.
The story was local to an area I was familiar with making it very realistic.
Irene Hannon books because of the plot lines and romantic lines.
Yes, she is my favorite narrator.She changes the voices expertly.
Yes, but of course I couldn't...
Can't wait for book 2.
I haven't "read" a book since 1998, just not interested....after the 50 Shades Trilogy, I have become an audio book addict! I am a very tough critic.
Therese Plummer was great, as always. The storyline was interesting enough to keep me listening even though with the characters praying every two minutes I felt like I was at a church service. God has a place in my life, I don't need books that try to save me.
One of the things I really like about Dani's writing is that the characters in her books are realistic. The people who are believers are not 'bleached-white-as-snow' perfect characters. They have made mistakes, have fears, deal with struggles - just like all humans do.
It took me a little longer to get through the whole book because I really had a hard time listening to the narrator. She was not so bad with the actual dialogue between the characters...but the narrative of everything else was nearly unbearable. Every line was delivered in a breathy manner, the last word of each sentence lengthened and pulled as if there were something mysterious...or maybe even sensual...about to happen. There may have been a couple of places where that would be appropriate, but every line? NO!
I would recommend the book to friends...but maybe in print form rather than the audio version I downloaded. If there were a different narrator I would recommend the audio version.
I do enjoy Dani's work, do will be downloading the next in the series.
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