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A School Shooting. A Police Shooting. A brilliant Detective.

Two complete books - Bloodshed and Blue Blood.

What would you do to stop a school shooting?

An active shooter leads John Jordan on a riveting chase into a stunning mystery.

While attempting to prevent a school shooting, sheriff’s investigator John Jordan must confront a cold, cruel killer the likes of which he's never seen before.

When the echoes of the gunfire cease and the smoke clears the biggest mystery of all still waits to be solved. Who planned and perpetrated this devastating deed and how did he hide his identity?

But a cunning killer isn’t the only thing John is battling. Old demons have resurfaced to threaten everything he’s worked so hard for.

Can John expose the killer or will he die trying? Listen to this thrilling stand-alone mystery today and find out!

What would you risk to prevent a murder?

Private investigator Merrill Monroe enlists the services of detective John Jordan to protect Malia Goodman, a civil rights and police shooting activist with a target on her back.

But Merrill doesn’t just want John to help protect Malia, he wants him to find out who’s trying to kill her and help him stop them.

Malia is surrounded on all sides by suspects - rogue cops, homegrown terrorists, right-wing militants, and even some supposed friends very close to her - and Merrill wonders if even John Jordan, with his considerable skills and experience, can figure out who the killer is before it’s too late.

Can John save a life? What about the would-be killer’s very soul? Or is Malia fated to be another martyr for the cause of justice and equality?

©2018 Michael Lister (P)2019 Michael Lister

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Too Simplistic.

The narrator was not bad .not at all but I was so. so so tired of hearing I said...she said...he said....blah blah blah. but I didn't say...blah blah ( usually a lame joke).I keep reading these trying to understand the POV of the protagonist's religious ideas .Also hoping his best friend's Ebonics goes away.I work in a big place .lots of all different races.I don't think I've heard that much of that stuff ever IRL. I will probably read more but will not suffer through the narration.I grew up on the Gulf Coast .FWB.Thats the big draw for me.

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Book 1 was a good listen, book 2 however...

Book 1 had a great story line, taken from the headlines of present day. Preventing a school shooting and the investigation leading up to it. No one has did a story line from before the event, so it was unique. The book kept me guessing about who was guilty. The MC John, is a John McClane from Die Hard type, a good cop with some bad habits. This type of character has been over played. I enjoyed the storyline. Book 2... not so much.