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Deadwood and Beyond

Narrated by: Joe De Ladurantey
Length: 8 hrs and 30 mins
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A former LAPD detective sergeant, Roland "Rollo" Michaels is a self-assured, over-caffeinated, wry-humored divorcé. He's doing his best to be a dependable part-time father to his two teenage children while keeping the lights on in the humble offices of his Los Angeles private investigation firm, Michaels & Associates. His associates are a diverse blend of loyal men and women who handle personal challenges with drink, love, verbal banter, and an occasional hand gesture. 

Everything goes crazy when Rollo is arrested at a murder scene in Deadwood, South Dakota. Rollo's friends and his own hubris lead him from the Black Hills to Beverly Hills, the shores of Long Island to the cliffs of San Simeon. 

The backstory of the sometimes failed Federal Witness Protection Program and Rollo's father's association with New York wiseguys lend depth and intrigue to this character-driven tale. 

Enjoy the ride as Rollo Michaels confronts lying clients, a professional hit man, and a homicidal sociopath while antagonizing law-enforcement officials of five different agencies from Los Angeles to Deadwood and beyond.

©2017 Kip Meyerhoff (P)2018 Kip Meyerhoff

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Editing...Worst Narration Ever!!

I like this story but the narrator is atrocious. He pauses during a sentence as though there is a period then runs right through the period as if it wasn't there. The editing is the worst I have ever heard on an audio-book. Many times the narrator starts the sentence 2 or 3 times before continuing. Also at times, the words are cut-off.