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Fresh from a stint undercover in Pelican Bay's super-max prison in Northern California, Ryan Lock, and his business partner, former US Marine Ty Johnson, are in Los Angeles. They are tasked with protecting a young Hollywood starlet from an abusive movie star boyfriend, who refuses to accept that their relationship is over. As Lock knows only too well, and as Ty is about to learn, keeping someone safe from harm can be harder than it looks, and damage can come in unexpected forms...

©2012 Sean Black (P)2013 Sean Black

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good story, so so vocal performance

The story was good, but the vocal performance was lacking in emotional tone, different voices for different characters, and I could even hear him shuffling papers or something in the background. Not a very professional recording. He didn't even give Ty any kind of African-American accent to differentiate between him and Lock; all we had to go on was dialogue and in a vocal performance that's simply not enough. I can understand if he was unable to perform an Australian accent for the main villain, and as such no accent at all is better than a bad one, but it's like he didn't even try.