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You'd think a nuclear power plant was dangerous enough....

That's what special agent Kurt Hunter thought until, while out fishing, he witnesses a murder at the Turkey Point nuclear power plant. After being assigned the case, Kurt is pulled into the convoluted politics of Miami only to find out that the embattled power plant is only a pawn in a more deadly game.

Greed and corruption are nothing new to pristine Biscayne Bay. With the plant's miles of cooling canals providing essential habitat for several endangered species, Kurt is thrown into a rift between warring environmentalists and power-hungry corporate executives all trying to advance their own agendas.

©2018 Steven Becker (P)2018 Steven Becker

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Another wild heartstopping ride with suspense

Kurt is at it again he never has a problem with finding dead bodies they seem to call to him. What is finds is shocking and horrifying, I had trouble getting the pictures out of my head. To be killed is one thing but by a crocodile is something mind-blowing and what is even more mind-blowing is there isn’t a reason for them to be in this area. It is Kurt’s job to find out who and why, while dealing with a lazy boss who isn’t buying any of it. The bodies are adding up, can he find the killer before another life is lost?

I have come to love this narrator he pulls you in with the danger, unbelievable story and makes you believe every word. He takes you on a wonderful adventure with horrible outcomes and makes you enjoy them all. Character voices are wonderful both male and female are good, he gives wonderful tones and emotions making the characters believable. I always know what is going on, who is talking and what they are feeling. He always makes my heart beat faster when there is danger giving just enough pause to get you ready for whatever is to come your way. There were no background noises, no volume changes and if any breaks were taken I could not tell. The audio is very clean and clear giving you hours of enjoyment that holds your attention why keeping you guessing and on the edge. I am really looking forward to listening to more of his work.

This series has given me some nightmares, and are getting a little too close to real life. There is no doubt the author is a wonderful storyteller pulling you in leaving you with your mouth hung open. Shocking yet thrilling scenes that hold your attention making it hard to put the book down. With this one I found my hand over my mouth as I took in the detail given of the crocodile attack and how it all plays out. It was one heck of a ride that still makes my heart race just typing the review. It was interesting to see how it all came together leaving a lasting impression when it was over. I really am I looking forward to the next book.

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Great Story! Great Narration!

Steven Becker and Paul J McSorley are a winning combination with this book and series. I love it when a book grips one and pulls them into the story. This is both a standalone listen and part of a series. Kurt Hunter is an endearing character and yet has some rough edges. I love his realistic relationships with his friends and coworkers (some are great, others I want to strangle). The imagery is so well written and described. The storyline is original, the murder weapon was genius, and how the killer was revealed was spectacular. Steven Becker really did an outstanding job writing this book. Without giving away spoilers, I loved the twists this story had. Paul J McSorley does such a wonderful performance with his narration.His voice is smooth and fit the book perfectly. I will definitely listen to more books by this author and narrator.

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Great story. Excellent narration.

If you liked the first Kurt Hunter story, you'll love this one. does not disappoint!

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Great Book!

I enjoy this book series. I would recommend to anyone of all ages. The narrator does a great job with the different characters. Looking forward to listening to more books by this author.

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What is Kurt getting into this time?

Our beloved Park Service agent, Kurt Hunter, seems to draw dead bodies like a magnet! This time, it’s the body of a lawyer for an activist group just outside a plant...will Kurt be able to solve this one as bodies pile up, killed by crocodiles, or will his attention loving boss-Martinez- put a stop to his investigation. Meanwhile, Kurt’s love interest, Miami-Dade PD forensic scientist Justine, has to watch other ladies hitting on Kurt. Another great story and narration...what will Kurt get into next?
I voluntarily accepted a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an unbiased review.

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Great book two

I am really enjoying this series. Book 2 was as good as book 1, looking forward to more by Steven Becker and hoping Paul J McSorley continues to narrate.

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  • jason
  • LEXINGTON, New Caledonia
  • 04-05-18

Great lesson

I’m here for the next book to come out. Thanks to all that had a hand in getting this put together

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  • YS
  • 04-05-18

Good read

I’m not into fishing so I didn’t enjoy the beginning of the book. It lost my interest until the story really started. After that the story unfolded and was very enjoyable. Park agent turns detective to catch the bad guys. The narrator as alway did a great job. Hope the next book touches more on Hunter’s relationship with Justine.

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better

even though the narrator doesn't really put any emotions into his voice, I am really beginning to like this storyline and characters. I personally like Justine.

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