I absolutely love this series as it coincides with historical events. The characters are so real. The narrator is not my favorite but the story compen..Show More »sates for this. Can't wait to listen the next book.
The Narrator/Reader was soooo slow it was sleep-inducing. Also, he emphasized the wrong syllables and words in sentences which made for a really brok..Show More »en performance. I have been trying to listen to this over the last two weeks - tonight I am giving up.
In the early cruel winter months of 1970 Smokey Dalton is struggling re-stabilize his life after the gut wrenching events of "Days of Rage". He receiv..Show More »es a frantic phone call from his son's friend, Keith Grimshaw. Keith's 13-year-old sister, Lacey, has been lured to the Starlite Hotel and attacked. Smokey hurries to the Starlight and finds that his "son" Jimmy has rescued Lacey from a rapist. He rushes the injured and traumatized girl to hospital. When Dalton tracks down the rapist, he discovers that Lacey is not the only victim. The Outfit, a mob-based group with political connections has been preying on girls from Lacey's school and brutally forcing them into prostitution. Smokey tries to get help from official channels but soon finds that the police have been bought off and other options are blocked. Then, just when things are starting to look hopeless, he finds unlikely allies. Street justice will be required to stop this evil, and Smokey Dalton and his allies are just the ones to administer it. I love this series. Smokey Dalton is a real hero.