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Nowhere to Run

A US Marshal Jack Monroe Novel
Narrated by: James R. Cheatham
Length: 7 hrs and 27 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (9 ratings)

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Former FBI Special Agent Victoria Davenport is tough, smart, and gets things done. But when her husband is brutally murdered by a vicious psychopath in the Russian mob, she finds herself in a life and death game of cat and mouse with a trained killer.

Fearing for their lives, Victoria and her 13-year-old son, Brandon, go on the run to escape the killer that is quickly closing in, but they can't hide forever. He gets closer to them every day, and it's only a matter of time until they have nowhere to run. Unless Deputy US Marshal Jack Monroe and his team have something to say about it.

Desperate to find Victoria and Brandon, Monroe finds himself in a race against on of the criminal underground's most deadly murders to rescue Davenport and her son, no matter what the cost.

This intense, action-packed thriller will keep you on the edge of your seat. Enter a world of heart-racing suspense with Nowhere to Run.

©2019 Steven Pajak (P)2019 Steven Pajak

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Very good

I found this audiobook to be a very good lesson. It has a great combination of suspense, danger and drama. The narrator does a wonderful job reading this book.

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Not the right narrator for this one

The story was pretty good, but the narrator wasn't able to pull off the multiple characters. The voices were so... exaggerated? Halfway through I was able to more or less put the story before the narration. Lots of description in the fight scenes, easy to visualize which is great. I liked the fact that the heroine had real faults that weren't glossed over. Some choices she made were the wrong ones, and people she loved paid the price.

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Action packed, exciting, clever!

Victoria’s husband was murdered by his business partner who was part of the Russian mob. Years later, Victoria and her son are under witness protection. When the Russian mob finds them, she goes on the run with her son, not knowing who she can trust.
 
This was a gripping and action-packed story! As a former FBI agent, Victoria has had lethal training and is not shy to use it. Right from the first chapter, the action began and I was not bored for even a second. The story was fast paced and exciting and I was hooked throughout. There were twists incorporated and cleverly interwoven in the story.
 
I would highly recommend this book to action junkies and spy lovers, you wont regret this one!

Note: This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this objective review voluntarily.

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  • cora
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Strong

This book was great, it held my interest till the end. Strong characters, strong narration. I would strongly recommend this, it will keep you in suspense from the beginning to the end.

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Horrible narration!

The narrators voice is at best distract and at worst an annoyance. Just don't do female voice and keep consistent cadence, let the story speak and avoid dramatic interpretation. I struggled to continue to listen as a result, hanging on because of the story and intrigue, despite the voicing.