Mount Haven

Thin Blue Line, Book 1
Narrated by: Tom Sleeker
Series: Thin Blue Line, Book 1
Length: 17 hrs and 22 mins
Categories: Romance, Suspense
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When Rowdy Cooper is injured in the line of duty and forced to take a medical retirement from the police force it sends ripples throughout his entire family. His brother Coop, who works for the same department, is questioning the wisdom of remaining on the force. Coop’s wife, Maggie, is having nightmares and is terrified her husband is going to die an early, violent death. Their son, Bryan, is acting out and fears for his father’s safety every time he heads off to work. Rowdy is depressed and struggling to come to grips with the fact he will never be a cop again. The men decide it’s time for a change. They relocate their small family to a ranch they inherited in Mount Haven. Rowdy hopes the change will give him the solitude he needs to work out and regain his strength. His brother Coop hopes it will finally help his family heal. 

Bailey is on the run. So far, she’s been able to stay under the radar by working in dives and keeping to herself. The instant she got off the bus in Mount Haven, she fell in love with the tiny town. The people are friendly and the scenery is amazing. Her family would never look for her here. Maybe she can finally stop running and settle down. She is sure that luck is on her side when she lands a waitressing job at the local bar and grill. That luck turns to bad luck when the owner sells the place to a retired, cocky ex-cop. Rowdy makes her nervous. He is too perceptive for Bailey’s liking. There go her dreams to end a life on the run. But when her past catches up to her, the only person that can keep her safe is the sexy ex-cop that has turned her best-laid plans upside-down.

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Move over Joseph Wambaugh!

Excellent writing. Move over Joseph Wambaugh, the next police writer has arrived on scene. Good narrator too. Easy five star.

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Yuk

One of the most obnoxiously saccharine books I have read. What should have been a good story was turned into dreck by overblown dialogue and a completely unbelievable story line. A big waste of a credit.