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Publisher's Summary

Warning: The WJA series is a cross-genre series and may bend or break many rules. If you are set in the traditional ways of storytelling this may not be the series for you. Please use caution and only read if you are of an open mind, and crave something off the map and mind-bending.

Mark Appleton is living the American Dream: beautiful wife, loving daughter, and a high paying job in New York City. But when his family members are killed in a accident, he must reinvent himself. A year later, in the midst of putting his life back together, Mark finds out that the death of his family was was no accident. Mark will stop at nothing to hunt down the men responsible - and what he finds will change his life forever.

Kirk Weston is a Detroit detective. He hates his job, his ex-wife, and his life. He is hand selected to help the FBI on a high profile case, and just when he thinks things could not get any worse... they do.

©2008 Aaron Patterson (P)2012 Aaron Patterson

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Terrible narration

Would you listen to Sweet Dreams (The Justice of Revenge) again? Why?

Interesting story but the monotonality, metronomic and poorly inflected delivery make it difficult to concentrate on the story.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Sweet Dreams (The Justice of Revenge)?

When I finally realized the author had skipped ahead for a year but the jump was not, to me, clearly delineated.

Would you be willing to try another one of Bob Dunsworth’s performances?

Definitely not.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

I never do that.