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Publisher's Summary

To stop a terrorist attack, a veteran FBI agent must join forces with a bank robber.

FBI Special Agent Nick Lawrence has just transferred to the bank robbery unit based out of Connecticut’s New Haven field office. Near his breaking point after the recent death of his father, he makes the move to care for his aging mother.

Declan Enright, a former police officer recently fired over a controversial shooting, has reached his own breaking point. Confronted with insurmountable financial burdens in the wake of his early termination, Declan is desperate for a way to provide for his wife and three daughters. Tapping into an elite skill set forged during his time as a US Navy special warfare operator and using the insider knowledge of a former police officer, Declan crosses the threshold and commits the perfect crime.

Nick Lawrence is assigned to the case and begins closing in. But when a series of terrorist attacks rattles the nation, the two men find their fates intertwined.

And the only way to prevent the next attack is to work together.

©2018 Severn River Publishing (P)2019 Silverton Agency

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About time.

I listen to about to at least a book a day and I love crime thrillers and I have listened to most of the good ones and have been disappointed with almost all of them I have tried to listen to but this was a great one good story and narration thanks audible!

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Excellent book, pleasantly surprised

I wasn’t expecting much from this book, but gave it a try based on the reviews. I’m glad I did. Very good plot, captures your attention from the start and retains it. As others have mentioned, there are eerie similarities with the current state of affairs.

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Like 2020 but, not

It’s stunning how so much of this book, published pre-2020, reflects so much of the chaos of this year. Chaos in the streets, lockdowns. Sadly- police treated like the enemy.
It’s a good read, entertaining and moves swiftly. The narrator is kind of “basic”. OK with emotions etc. but at times it’s challenging to distinguish between characters voices.

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not the usual war or serial killer story

loved the story love that strong men can be portrayed as good family men father's.

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Great story!

I don’t know why this book surprised me so much. I really enjoyed it,
thank you Mr Shea!

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Worth the download

It seemed to start slow, but picked up speed in very little time . I read A LOT of thrillers, this was almost as good as Child, Thor and that group. I look forward to the sequel, if there is one.

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Who oversaw the narration?

Did the author approve the narration prior to the audio book's release? How can the word "Bureau" be allowed to be mispronounced every time? And was the protagonist's name supposed to be pronounced "Collins or "Coleed"? Who proof-listened to this before its release, a 3rd grader? The author has been done a great disservice.

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Really Good Plot

The main post-war SEAL/Ranger characters find themselves in an interesting quandary. I think it needed more adjectives and adverbs. I liked and understood the plot but didn’t get the feeling of “being there” like when you can see what’s happening in your mind’s eye. Not sure how else to explain it. I didn’t dislike the narrator but there wasn’t much differentiation btw the characters which could have made it a more interesting listen. I did stop a couple times thinking I’d not finish it. But the story was interesting.

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Good story

I liked the overall story, it flowed well and kept me interested. The narration was good overall but a little monotone.

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Gripped me from beginning till end.

Chilling plot that gripped me from beginning until the end. Each chapter moved the story forward and the ending even threw me for a loop. 

The character and their development was done very well. 
Declan Enright, a retired special ops & former police officer who was fired over a controversial shooting. Enright struggles to make ends meet for his wife and 3 daughters,  one of which is autistic. 

Nick Lawrence,  an FBI agent who is taking care of his mother who suffers from dementia; (That really struck a chord for me). Lawrence struggles with prioritizing his career,  and caring for his mother.  He'd promised his now deceased father that he wouldn't put his mother in a nursing home. 

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  • 02-06-21

Brilliant

I loved listening to Connor Goff.

You know a book is good , when care for the characters from the start. Well thats how I felt straight away. Declan a hero now in dark times. ,Nick and Izzy FBI agents looking in to a bank robbery. Which turns into more. We have a terrorist attacks , a ex seal team and great family pain. With the help of Declan and those left of his team , Nick and Izzy hunt for the terrorist, who is using the bombings to payback for personal reasons.
Fast packed and great characters.