• Midnight Guardians

  • A Max Freeman Mystery
  • By: Jonathon King
  • Narrated by: Mel Foster
  • Length: 6 hrs and 44 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (68 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Max is back, trawling the trailer parks and waterways of south Florida, where amid the gorgeous beaches and abundant foliage there lies a stunning range of brutality. After Max is hired to investigate a conspiracy involving fake claims to Medicare, he quickly realizes the scheme is much more dangerous than anyone assumed. And when the Brown Man, a former drug kingpin who once helped Max nab a serial killer, reappears in a slick new guise, Max must reclaim his street instincts to protect not just the citizens of south Florida, but also his girlfriend, Detective Sherry Richards - the one person he can’t afford to lose.

©2010 Jonathon King (P)2012 Brilliance Audio, Inc.

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Book Was OK

Story was ok, but the book flowed well and held my attention. Narration was good. Some of the inflection and women's voices bothered me. I know where he was going with it though so it fits. I would listen to another book by both the author and narrator.

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I just liked the narrator from the other two books better.

It’s just a matter of personal choice and I got used to the difference pretty quickly, but I didn’t much like the voice he used for booker’s character.