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In a street war, there's always a body to be discovered.
Lamar Dunken is a dedicated monster who presents the perfect image of a street terrorist. He knows how to respond when a desperate crisis threatens his operation, and he exacts horrifying tactics to get things under control.
FBI Special Agent Livingston is faced with the serious task of investigating Lamar's tactics while connecting killings start to terrorize Philadelphia and the surrounding suburbs. Also, a violent criminal locked behind bars a year before Lamar was even born is back on the streets and looking for him. Lamar is forced to call on his deepest strength to face his accusers and ensure that the values that he holds most dear will survive.
The nightmare has begun. Again. And over again.
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A 5* read/listen.
Project Terror - Warning this book contains very strong language and lots of it.. But it is the language of the streets so if you get over the strong language, Then what you get is pure 5* thriller. The storyline is strong and the writing is very good.
Keeps you wanting to read/listen. This is my first experience of the authors work and I will be on the lookout for more.
Narration is excellent and adds much to the enjoyment of this novel.
I was given a free copy of this audiobook at my own request, and voluntarily leave this review.
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Not for me.It is terrifying.Very bloody.Hoods killing each other.The storyline was well written.I just did not care for the story.David Sotolongo was a fine narrator.I was given this book by the narrator,author or publisher free for an honest review.
One word: Intense
This book is not for everybody. It's non-stop action, with thrills, and intensity, and violence, and a lot of swearing. I loved it.
The line between the good guys and the bad guys was pretty blurred. The main bad guy, Lamar, and the main good guy, FBI Agent Livingston, well, they both had issues.
I loved the narrator. He was well-suited for the material and made this taut crime thriller even more intense. Like I said, this book is not for everybody but I certainly enjoyed it.