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After investigating the tragic shooting of a child during hunting season, the FBI and River Patrol combine forces to uncover a potential serial killer. With yet another life hanging in the balance, Deputy Jason Colefield discovers that the answers he seeks point him to the one place he doesn’t want to go - the buried memories of his own childhood.

This audiobook includes a bonus music track by: The Norman Sylvester Band.

©2014 Floating Word Press (P)2014 Floating Word Press

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A narrated book or a radio play?

What did you like best about River City? What did you like least?

I liked the plot and the characters. I felt the narrative, which uses many voices, sounded too much like a poorly produced radio play. Especially the female characters were jarring in some places. When I listen to a book, I want to listen to a book, not to a play. Just a personal preference.

What other book might you compare River City to and why?

Can't think of one offhand.

What do you think the narrator could have done better?

The main narrator could have done the entire book and given it more of a flow.

Do you think River City needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?

Yes. I like the main character and would be interested in following his career and life.

Any additional comments?

I will be interested to hear what other listeners think about the multiple narrators.