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Damnation Street

Narrated by: Andrew Klavan
Length: 9 hrs and 3 mins
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Scott Weiss is a private detective. John Foy is a professional killer. The woman is Julie Wyant, a hooker with the face of an angel.

Julie spent one night with Foy - a night of psychopathic cruelty that Foy called love. Desperate to get away from him, she vanished without a trace. And Foy wants her back.

There's only one man who can find her: Weiss, the best locate operative in the business. She's begged him not to look for her, fearing he'll bring the killer in his wake. But Weiss can't stay away.

Now, from a town called Paradise, through a wilderness that feels like hell, Weiss searches for Julie - and the killer follows, waiting for his chance.

They are two expert hunters matching move for move - until it ends in gunfire on Damnation Street.

©2007 Andrew Klavan (P)2006 Brilliance Audio, Inc.

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  • Thomas
  • Cary, NC, USA
  • 05-19-09

I'm a big fan..

I really enjoyed all three of the books in this series. I think the author is a very good narrator.

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Fantastic Read

I couldn't stop listening to this book. Andrew
Klavan is maybe the best story teller that I have
ever heard or read. You will want to listen to the
books in order: Dynamite Road then Shotgun Alley
then Damnation Street.

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Jim Bishop is the man

It is a pity that Andrew Klavan is so talented that he has such a diverse range. If he did nothing but write Bishop and Weiss books I would love it. The way he describes The Tower as a retreat for the mind, the way he describes motorbikes, the way he describes men lusting for women, and so much more! The narration is awesome.

The books have more edge and are more thought provoking than Jack Reacher. I have to say the Reacher books have more of a page-turning quality, but these Klavan books resonate.

Klavan has great control.