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Publisher's Summary

The newest thrilling Beaumont suspense novel from New York Times best-selling author J. A. Jance, in which Beaumont is approached by a visitor from the past and finds himself drawn into a missing person’s case where danger is lurking and family secrets are exposed.      

Years ago, when he was a homicide detective with the Seattle PD, J. P. Beaumont’s partner, Sue Danielson, was murdered. Volatile and angry, Danielson’s ex-husband came after her in her home and, with nowhere else to turn, Jared, Sue’s teenage son, frantically called Beau for help. As Beau rushed to the scene, he urged Jared to grab his younger brother and flee the house. In the end, Beaumont’s plea and Jared’s quick action saved the two boys from their father’s murderous rage.

Now, almost 20 years later, Jared reappears in Beau’s life seeking his help once again - his younger brother Chris is missing. Still haunted by the events of that tragic night, Beau doesn’t hesitate to take on the case. Following a lead all the way to the wilds of wintertime Alaska, he encounters a tangled web of family secrets in which a killer with nothing to lose is waiting to take another life.

©2022 J. A. Jance (P)2022 HarperCollins Publishers

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Narrator awful

I am in hell. What idiot hired this guy to be JP. He has an awful whiny, high-pitched voice. Never thought I would ever return a JAJance book but audible is getting this one back.

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Narrator was horrible!!

Hands always entertains, but narrator was horrible. Both my wife an I found his dropped and mumbled voice unendurable.
still have the Kindle book to read, but audible book is junk in our opinion.

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Narrator is awful.

I'm buying the book so not be distracted by the bad narration.
Love JA Jance books. Have read all her series. i wait anxiously for her books but the narration of 'Nothing to Lose' is horrible. I went back thru JP Beaumont series in Audible listened to samples all were good, this one sounds like Mike Ortego
needs to spit.

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The narrator’s voice was so distractive- alternating between audible to a low tone which is indiscernible. Usually the end of his sentences is where it’s most noticeable. I enjoyed the author’s storyline, but would have preferred a different narrator.

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Awful Narrator

The narrator is horrible. I just can’t get into the because of the narrator. Shame.

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Love JP, but...

Narrator was a fine JP, a character I've loved from the beginning of the series years ago. The storyline was a good one my only complaints are 1) I knew who did it looooong before JP did and 2) Jance took forever to wrap it up after what I felt was the conclusion. Still a good book overall.

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Enjoyed very much

Liked the characters. The story moved along Without veering to color. And have a good ending on top of it all

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The story was intriguing. I usually like this author and the main character, but the reader seemed so old and so did Beaumont. The constant repeating of the story over and over should have been presented differently and over the last two hours I just wanted it to end. I finish what I start so I listened to the end hoping it might get better.

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rest in peace

The story starts with recollection of a lost police partner, brought about by a request from a child looking for his long lost sibling. In the s3arch through Alaska, family secrets become convoluted history until the thread is found to unravel ot all.

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Great story line!

My husband and I truly enjoyed this book. It was in creaking and kept us listening to the very end