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In New York Times best-selling author Andrew Gross' propulsive thriller, set amid the drought-stricken oil country of Colorado's beautiful high plains, Ty Hauck makes his long-awaited return rallying beaten-down farmers and ranchers against a giant energy company in a deadly confrontation involving murder, retaliation, and cover-up.

Leading a tour down the rapids outside Aspen, Colorado, whitewater guide Dani Haller comes upon the dead body of a close friend. Trey Watkins' death is ruled an accident. Finding evidence that seems to back up her suspicions that it wasn't, she takes her case to Wade Dunn, the local police chief and her ex-stepfather, with whom she shares some unresolved history. Wade insists the case is closed, but Rooster, a hot air balloon operator in town, claims he saw something from the air she should know. When he suddenly dies in a fiery crash, Dani threatens to take her suspicions public, goading Wade into tossing her in jail.

When an old friend contacts Ty Hauck and says his daughter is in trouble, he doesn't hesitate to get involved. Together the two step into a sinister scheme running deep beneath the surface of a quiet, Colorado town that has made a deal with the devil to survive. But in the square off between giant energy companies and beaten-down ranchers and farmers, one resource is even more valuable in this drought-stricken region than oil - water. They both will kill for it.

One Mile Under is a thrilling rapid run of hair-raising twists and unforeseen turns set against one of the most provocative environmental issues of our time.

©2015 Andrew Gross (P)2015 HarperCollins Publishers

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Poor overall

Narrator gasped continually. The line, "if you know what I mean" was used over and over. Would not recommend. Disappointing.

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Great book, a couple of inconsistancies

Storey was great and kept me on the edge of my seat. Editors missed something. In the previous 3 Ty Hauck books, he had left the car in gear, and it ran over his daughter, Nora. In this book, he backed out of his driveway in anger and ran over his Daughter Rachel. I know I'm picky, but I notice these things

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Enjoyed meeting Andrew Gross and Ty Hauck

Enjoyable plot with likable characters. Milked suspense scenes. Overused the word 'scamper'. Picky? Yes. Not much to criticize here. Already picked another book by Gross to listen to.

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Ty Hauck - an average super guy

The book was off to a little slow start for me but it was good and suspenseful once it finally got going. Interesting storyline around the fracking industry.

I enjoyed the book overall.