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Cannibalistic Sexbots from Space: The Full Trilogy

By: Don Unger
Narrated by: Bill Franchuk
Length: 4 hrs and 2 mins

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Publisher's Summary

A murder investigation quickly morphs into a national security crisis!

NYPD Homicide Detectives Rahim Percy and Bobby Sullivan thought they’d seen it all; then they walked into a murder scene where “the body” was a layer of pink ooze splattered on an apartment wall.

They quickly come into possession of a video that changes their question from “Who could have done this - and how?” to “What could have done this - and why?” As their investigation rapidly spins into a much larger, and more disturbing, set of questions: They’re not always sure they want the answers. 

The addition of Detective “Bug Boy” Harris and Medical Examiner Samantha “Sammy” Singh bumps their partnership to a quartet. When FBI agents Milhouse and Stein show up, the four of them are close to kidnapped. They find themselves in a Federal bunker, outside Atlanta, staffed by soldiers in insignia-less, black uniforms, led by a General in a blue, pin-striped, banker’s suit.

Can they figure out what’s happening?

Can they figure out how to stop it? 

And - turns out: good thing they do, but - why do the French have their own constellation of GPS Satellites?

Percy and Sullivan need answers.

And they’re running out of time.

©2017 Don Unger (P)2019 Don Unger

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  • builder57
  • 05-21-19

Big let down

I’ve listen to a lot of audible books and all have been good quality but I’m sorry to say the sound quality of this book was terrible could not finish the book it sounded like it was taped in a bathroom and would not recommend it to anyone it’s a pity I can’t get my money back on this book

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  • Robert O'Neill
  • 04-13-19

Awful recording

From discription it sounded like it would be a good laugh but the audio sounds as if it was recorded in an empty hall, full of echo and toneless. Stopped listening after the first few minutes.