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Would you commit a murder if no one was watching?

Congress can’t pass a budget, and Biscayne National Park is paying the price. With Special Agent Kurt Hunter out of work, two rivals gangs start a turf war in the park. But when a body is found hanging from the railing of the iconic Boca Chita Lighthouse, Kurt refuses to sit back and fish while the gangs take over his park.

Lies and deceit run rampant through the gangs forcing Kurt deep into the labyrinth of Miami’s counterculture to solve the murder. 

©2018 Steven Becker (P)2018 Steven Becker

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  • Jan M
  • Southwest
  • 07-02-18

I loved it!

Steven Becker brought another adventure to life for Kurt Hunter. Kurt has a panache for finding dead bodies and getting into trouble with his boss Martinez. The vivid imagery and awesome suspense are present in this book along with familiar characters. I thought it was genius of the author to include MC into the story. Things are not all as they appear. Paul J McSorley is the perfect voice for this series. He adds the right emotions and tension were needed. This book is a standalone listen and part of a series. I cannot wait for the next adventure. The author and narrator are absolutely wonderful to listen to.

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  • Pam C
  • Wolfforth, TX
  • 09-30-18

This is the best, so far!

I have read books 1-4 so far and I've loved them all. I think this book, is by far, my favorite one. The characters are very well developed and with the time Kurt Hunter has spent with his peers, the relationships have developed, as well. This story line is, unfortunately, something that could well (and probably has) happened and is fully believable. I'm enjoying this author very much. I listened to the audiobook version of this book and Paul McSorley continues to be perfect for the narration of Kurt Hunter. I love the timber of his voice, but his ability to make you feel what the characters are feeling is a talent worth listening to.
I enjoyed this book so much, I had it started and finished in just 2 days. Sad for me, since I seriously need more!
Searching for book #5!!

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Adventures galore in the park

This book starts with the actions of a drug ring and the the main character (Kurt) is forced to get involved to exposed an FBI double agent. The gang's arms traffic is being used by the double agent to smuggle drugs within the same shipment.

Kurt is also in the process of teaching his daughter to dive in the islands off Miami after he gains custody. He also becomes involved with a local lab tech and trying to begin life over again after his divorce.

The excitement is full bore and the scenes described are very believable. The narrator does a very good job of portraying the various characters in an understandable manner and they show great emotion.

I was provided this book free of charge with the expectation of an honest review.

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Ammo, Bikers, Cops - The ABCs of Kurt Hunter

Bikers overrun the park during a government shutdown and Park Service Special Agent Kurt Hunter has to determine who is friend or foe during an investigation that could railway get an undercover agent killed. Lots of twists and turns in this mystery for Hunter as he reunites with his estranged daughter and tightens the bond with his new love interest, Justine. Another great book with like-able characters and a solid storyline. The audible performance is spot on and a great story no matter how it’s consumed!

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This series gets better and better

The latest Kurt Hunter mystery does not disappoint. This case is interesting, has unexpected twists, and includes more interagency cooperation. Kurt's personal life continues to evolve as well. This is a quick, easy read and the narration is excellent!

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Very Good Book

Another great book in the series! The narrator done a great job telling the story. I would recommend this book for anyone of all ages. I have really enjoyed this book in the series.

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  • 06-24-18

He’s at it again

I always enjoy books read by the narrator and I’ve enjoyed this series a lot. Hunter is always out to fight crime and does it just right.

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Always fun to witness Kurt outmaneuver Martinez

In this 'episode' of Kurt v Martinez...ok, let's get serious...This book occurs during a government shutdown...does that stop our illustrious park ranger from solving murders? Not likely. This time Kurt finds himself tangling with 1% bikers...you know, those guys that operate outside of the law, a crooked FBI agent, and Martinez angling for camera time. I really enjoy this series and this book did not disappoint. Glad that Kurt is finally having some time with his daughter. Can't wait to see/hear more on his relationship with Justine in the next book. Always superb narration.
I voluntarily accepted a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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