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FBI special agent Lexie Montgomery goes deep undercover to investigate the Earth Liberation Front, a domestic terrorism group operating in the South Carolina Lowcountry. As Lexie struggles to infiltrate the ELF, she soon realizes everything may not be as it seems in the Lowcountry. Lexie’s investigation spirals out of control and places her life in danger after someone in her trusted inner circle reveals her undercover identity. Now Lexie must work to bring those responsible to justice … if only she knew who she could trust.

©2017 Dana Ridenour (P)2017 Dana Ridenour

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Fabulous♡

This is my second book that I’ve listened to from this author. She used the same narrator as her first novel which I liked because it kept the continuity. Beyond The Cabin was a fast paced characters and giving them life. The novel is set in the South Carolina Lowcountry and the setting is so vivid it becomes a character. Looking forward to Dana Ridenour’s next book.

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Just started but...

Admittedly I'm only an hour into the book so I won't rate the content yet. (Will come back and update at the end.) But I had to comment on the narration. The audio sounds robotic. Not like there is no inflection or tone, actually digital. Like Alexa (or Siri) is reading it. I had to double check that there was a person listed as narrator. Maybe it's because it also sounds like it's been sped up to 1.5x. I can't fault the voice actor - this seems like an audio engineer issue. Fast, robotic/digital-sounding. Hard to get into the story because of it.

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