Alex LaDuca travels to Miami to continue her investigations into the murder and money-laundering activities of the Dosi cartel, an intrigue set in motion in Hostage in Havana. Sent there by the U.S. Treasury Department to speak with a recent Cuban defector, she soon realizes this key player may be no help at all.
A vast global money-laundering scheme fueled by cocaine profits. A man who promises to put Alex “in touch with the deceased.” A lethal trap by the Dosi cartel. A handsome actor back in New York who suggests that love and romance may soon return to Alex’s life....
Alex attempts to navigate a Miami underworld that encompasses elements of the surreal and supernatural. But can Alex emerge from this world with her life - and her faith - intact? Can she get past the painful tragedy of her past and discover God’s plan for her future?
Readers of general market thrillers by Robert Ludlum and Tom Clancy will eagerly anticipate this second installment.
©2012 Noel Hynd (P)2012 Zondervan
Noel Hynd's books are great and I love his Alex LaDuca stories. However, this narrator left such a sour taste in my mouth. First of all, the main character is a woman, so having a woman narrate would have been ideal. Secondly, if you are going to have a man, at least choose a man who can decently preform women's voices. Hill's female voices were horrible and all the same.
I didn't realize until listening to Hynd's book that he over details a lot of sections. While reading it, you automatically skip over parts that are redundant. Unfortunately not an option while listening. I will continue to read Hynd's LaDuca series, but will not be listening to his books anymore. Or anything read by Hill.
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