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Narrated by: Corey Carthew
Series: Tom Moon, Book 1
Length: 7 hrs and 15 mins
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Detective Tom Moon and his multi-talented team face off against an international crime ring looking to seize control over America's most exciting city, Miami.

Miami is Detective Tom Moon's home and heartland. When he's asked to lead a new FBI task force tackling international crime, he's proud to represent his beloved city. 

But his arrest of a man trafficking children from Amsterdam into Miami International airport opens an investigation that will lead Moon into the depths of a vast crime syndicate. An underground network that is bigger and more powerful than he could possibly imagine. 

Moon is devoted to his city and its citizens - but will that be enough to save them? 

©2019 James Patterson (P)2019 Penguin Audio

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  • Neal Chamberlain
  • 02-19-20

Pretty good

Overall, pretty good rather than great. Decent scenario, like the character of Tom Moon. Surprised at the relatively sympathetic treatment of the people smugglers.

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  • Richard
  • 01-29-20

Insipid story line, unlikeable main character

The main character is self-important and self-righteous which makes him thoroughly unlikeable. Not much of a story line, little character development (apart from our “hero” who can’t work out if he’s an amazing cop or just a great one) and zero suspense.