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Debris Line

(Gibson Vaughn, Book 4)
Narrated by: James Patrick Cronin
Series: Gibson Vaughn, Book 4
Length: 9 hrs and 44 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (403 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

The stakes are higher than ever as the Wall Street Journal bestselling series continues.

Lying low on the sun-kissed coast of Portugal is a far cry from twenty-four-hour lockdown in a CIA black-site prison. But even in paradise, Gibson Vaughn is a long way from being home free. With the feds hot on his heels, he and his crew of fellow fugitives know they can’t hide in a sunny beach town forever. And before they go on the run again, their generous host - a wealthy drug smuggler - expects to be paid for his hospitality. And paid double.

His price? A nearly impossible operation that Gibson and his gang must pull off to retrieve a king’s ransom in hijacked narcotics. Even if they make it out alive, they’ll have to face the wrath of a ruthless Mexican cartel that plays dirty…and is used to winning. But when Gibson discovers there’s far more than drugs at stake, the heist becomes a daring mission of rescue and mercy - and righteous vengeance.

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Matthew Fitzsimmons does it again!

Another great novel from the author, they just keep getting better and better!
The narrator James Patrick Cronin does an excellent job of bringing the book to life!

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amazing book!

loved the performance, the story and just love love love Gibson Vaughn and the group's banter and different characters. I can't wait for the next book!

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  • MCubed
  • Summerville, SC, United States
  • 07-18-19

Good story.

Enjoyed the story, minimal profanity. liked the character development, what's next? can't wait to see what it picks up next.

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  • Linda
  • Bowie, MD, United States
  • 05-14-19

Gibson Vaughn and Friends In Portugual

I read a the first novel by this author The Short Drop and have been a fan ever since. Can’t wait to get the next book in the Gibson Vaughn series. Gibson is not your usual hero. He is a hacker and was with the government until he and some ‘friends’ got caught up in a scandalous event that got them imprisoned. Now the four are again on the run but this time they are running from a Portuguese crime family who had originally given them sanctuary to recover from their experience in previous book. Somehow Gibson gets involved with an invisible hacker who wants to ‘steal’ the product distributed by the crime family. The story is about the characters of the family and the friends of Gibson and how they get intertwined to eventually clean up a big secret. There is violence, shootings, but in the end it all works out. I love this series and am again waiting for the next adventure. I listened in audible and am fascinated by the variety of voices the narrator James Patrick Cronin uses to convey the story. He is excellent.

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Terrible

Slow moving. Little action. Poor narration. Gibson Vaughn should go away. And find another occupation

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Another great book

I absolutely love you this series. it is what is my favorite I love the characters I love the narrator I love how the stories flow and I just really like these books

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Great thriller

I like that this Gibson Vaughn book broke from the D.C. political thriller plot line. FitzSimmons’ writing improves with each book. (He could lay off the adverbs, though. “Embarrassedly”? Really?) This is a tightly written, fast-paced story. The action takes place over a day and a half, so there’s very little wasted page space. The narrator was pretty good, as usual . He had the characters uptalking at the end of far too many sentences, though. Once I noticed it, it really bugged me.

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  • Cartec
  • Charlotte, North Carolina
  • 01-10-19

Really difficult to follow <br /><br />

I was expecting a thriller but got an up and boring narration. All of the characters were flat and uninspiring. The writing was so bad I couldn't even get emotional about the children. The only reason I finished was because it was the only book i had downloaded and I didn't have internet.
The narrator was good although he struggled with voices and didn't help to inspire the story. He has a good voice to listen to.

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great!

another excellent rendition of what is quickly becoming one of my favorite series. Can't wait for book 5!

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  • KG
  • East TN
  • 01-07-19

The entire series is fun.

As long as you appropriately calibrate expectations, the entire Gibson Vaughn series is fun and exciting. As it's meant to be. Debris line is fast-paced, and the listen or read is over before you know it. It's at the top of the series. I don't find it necessary to read them all, but there is some value in reading the series in order.