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One False Move

By: Alex Kava
Narrated by: Maggi-Meg Reed
Length: 5 hrs and 5 mins
4 out of 5 stars (16 ratings)

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Melanie Starks has never lived life by the rules. She and her 17-year-old son, Charlie, have been running one con job or another for as long as she can remember, justifying the petty crimes as the necessary survival moves of a single mother. But Melanie is ready to give it up. Then Jared Barnett reappears in her life. Fresh out of prison after serving five years of a life sentence for murder, Jared is released on a technicality that by no means proves his innocence. And he's feeling more invincible than ever. He has the perfect plan for a big score, and he needs Melanie's help. But everything goes terribly wrong. Only one thing is clear: a line has been crossed. Suddenly there's no turning back, and there is nothing left to lose.
©2004 S.M. Kava (P)2004 Audio Renaissance, a division of Holtzbrinck Publishers, LLC

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One False Move

We loved this book, my husband and I. We listened to it while on the road and thoroughly enjoyed it. The time just flew. I thought the reader did a pretty good job!

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...Most annoying narrator ever. Her scratchy voice, her intonation, the way she reads dialog, the way she reads narrative... In other words, everything. She's like nails on a chalkboard to me. She doesn't do different voices, ie. she's not an actor. She's a reader and not a good one. Everything and everybody sounds the same: horrible. I tried. I actually am interested in the story, but I only managed 30 minutes. I'll have to buy the book, which I'll probably never do, so that's unfortunate.

2 of 3 people found this review helpful