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Ghosts can haunt the living....

King and Slater are independent operators, outlawed from their government for good, free to deliver vigilante justice to those who need it most. Las Vegas, with its murky history and seedy underworld, serves as the perfect hunting ground. Below the hedonism, away from the bright lights and alluring fantasy, there’s an entrenched web of corruption. 

They offer their services to a woman about to serve a decade in prison for a crime she didn’t commit, and what begins with the infiltration of an unlicensed club in Chinatown unravels into an all-out war against retired cops, bent judges, a sociopath District Attorney, and the legion of hired muscle who serve them. 

It’s a good thing King and Slater are bred for mayhem....

©2020 Matt Rogers (P)2021 Podium Audio

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The series is growing on me with each book. It happeriod it has decent characters.. My issue and why I gave this 2 stars is I don't know what happened to the writing In this book and the one before it But it seems like every other line is " she said" or he "he said" There's a million different ways to write It's almost painful to listen to over and over and over he said she said she said she said she said hes sad holy f*** man find other words

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Another good story, but...

Mr Rogers would do well to buy a thesaurus; he is overly-fond of misusing the verb 'skewer'. He loses one star for the freqent use of unwanted, profane expletives.
Mr Kenerly should invest in elocution lessons.
He loses one star for his very distracting habit of pronouncing words which end in 'ng' with a hard 'g' at the end. This is especially irritating when he pronounces King as 'Kinguh'.
Also, why does Audible use artists who have not read the books for which they illustrate the cover art? It seems a bit foolish and deceptive.😕