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Publisher's Summary

Jonas Piedmont Beaumont has had a hard life and learned at a young age how hard life can be. Two marriages, a treacherous battle with the bottle, assorted midlife and moral dilemmas, and a few decades as a homicide detective haven't convinced him otherwise. When Beau and his new partner Sue Danielson are assigned the murder of an elderly woman torched to death in her bed, Beau finds himself distracted by Sue's difficulties at home. Distraction turns to terror as Sue and Beau find themselves caught up in a series of events that will leave them and their carefully constructed investigation shattered.
©1999 J.A. Jance (P)2009 Phoenix

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  • 10-12-21

Not up to par with others

I gave 5 stars for performance, but didn't like the narrator. Voice didn't seem hard enough for what Beau had been through. Had the audio book for a while before I finished it. If it hadn't been a Beaumont book,I wouldn't have listened to it.

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Absolutely Terrible Narrator

Richard Cox did a positively HORRIBLE job narrating this novel. He sounded as if he was sleep walking through this. So terribly disappointed in this experience.