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Inspired by actual events. An FBI agent unknowingly falls for the femme fatale that he is investigating in a separate case involving murder for hire. The Big Wow has a complex cast of hard-boiled characters that'll keep you on the edge of your seat... guessing till the end. Gripping, dark and edgy - this ain't your grandmother's pot boiler!

"This reads like a modern-day Raymond Chandler novel!" - Lawrence Spencer, author

"We've never seen a villain like One-Eyed Win on-screen or in print!" - Rosalind Lorrey, crime analyst

©2017 C. Boccaccio (P)2017 C. Boccaccio

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Quick, entertaining listen

This is an entertaining listen that pulled me in from the beginning. Chris Abell did a great job with the narration. I received a review copy at my request and voluntarily reviewed.

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Awesome listen

Where does The Big Wow rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

This is such a well-written and superbly read crime novel, it ranks high on my list. The plot moves along with unexpected twists. Kept me captivated all the way through.

Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?

The story line was intriguing enough but the writing style kept me engaged, waiting to hear what the writer would think of next.

Which character – as performed by Chris Abell – was your favorite?

Chris is a good job with all the characters but "Jane" came most to life for me.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Has to be the big twist at the end (no spoiler alert here).