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By the acclaimed author whose remarkable first novel, Knife Music, earned him the number one spot on the Kindle legal thriller chart, The Big Exit is a suspenseful crime novel that keeps the surprises coming right up to the end.

Richie Forman is freshly out of prison. By night, he makes a living impersonating Frank Sinatra in San Francisco's lounges and corporate parties. When his ex-best friend - the man who stole his fiancée while he was in prison - is found hacked to death in his garage, Richie becomes the prime suspect. In a murder mystery with the twists and turns of a microchip, Carnoy weaves his characters like a master. He has written an authentic, irresistible thriller that is sure to chill and delight.

About the author: David Carnoy is an executive editor at CNET and is interviewed regularly on television as a tech expert, appearing on CNN, CNBC, MSNBC, and other media outlets. He is the author of the acclaimed thriller Knife Music and lives in New York City with his wife and children.

©2012 David Carnoy (P)2012 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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  • Ted
  • Lancaster, PA, United States
  • 04-14-13

Wish R.C. Bray Did A Better Sinatra

A tad predictable and a lot of the atmospherics are driven by dialogue. While Carnoy's ear for character voice is quite good, Bray was challenged by Sinatra. No he isn't awful and I'll listen to more work from both Carnoy and Bray... Still this time the duo didn't live up to their promise in Carnoy's earlier introduction to this ensemble cast in Knife Music. In this case Bray got the words... but lacked the music.

5 of 5 people found this review helpful

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  • Doris
  • Salt Lake City, UT, United States
  • 03-06-13

The Big Eit

This book was a good story. What I did not like, was all the bad language as there was way too much of it.

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