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Deep Background

Narrated by: Steve Zarro
Length: 6 hrs and 46 mins
5 out of 5 stars (2 ratings)
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Two years after an anonymous tip helps reporter Levi Cole break one of the biggest political scandals in recent memory, the same unknown conspirators expose him for fabricating parts of his stories. After resigning from his cushy job in Dallas, Levi returns to his rural Texas Panhandle hometown to regroup and win over Kat Hallaway - the married woman and fellow reporter he left behind - by helping her cover a grisly murder. 

But as Levi and Kat get close to unraveling the mystery, she is kidnapped by the killer. When Levi finally finds Kat, he learns the identity of his tormentors and how they connect to the murder. Faced with the truth, Levi must decide how far he will go to rescue the woman he loves and regain control of his life.

©2018 Black Rose Writing (P)2019 Beacon Audiobooks

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Twist and turns throughout

This novel has a lot of twists and turns that will keep you guessing until the end.

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Great performance of a twisty story

A great performance narrating a twisty story from several points of view, each of which has its own unique perspective. Well done.

The fast-paced story featured interesting characters. Some are sometimes dark, quirky, and funny, and the narrator tapped into that, especially the character who spoke in movie quotes. As an actor, I'm sure the narrator appreciated that!

I enjoyed how the author depicted the death of the newspaper industry, and the small town (and ghost town) settings.

The twists were well-executed, and you will not see the end coming.

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