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Pete Fernandez should be dead. His life - professional and personal - is in ruins. His best friend is dead. His newspaper career is past tense. His ex is staying with him as her own marriage crumbles. On top of that, the former journalist finds himself in the eye of a dangerous storm, investigating a missing girl with an unexpected partner and inching closer and closer to a vicious, calculating killer cutting a swath of blood across Miami - while at the same time battling his own personal demons that refuse to be silenced.

Down the Darkest Street, the hard-boiled sequel to Alex Segura's acclaimed debut, Silent City, tells a tale of redemption, survival, and the sordid backstreets of Miami - while asking the question that many are too scared to answer: When faced with pure darkness, would you fold or fight?

©2016 Alex Segura (P)2016 Audible, Inc.

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Wow. Torture. Depressing start and nonsensical.

Very un-plausible. The father of the missing woman simply should/could have started with her (which was his own employer as well, then notified Police/FBI instead of a washed up alcoholic that knew next to nothing about her. When you start a book that way, why go on???? Authors, please give us, the humble readers, a little credit. Will not be reading the rest of the series. try Connolly or Crais. MUCH better!