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FBI agent Scott Malkin did not believe in God, heaven, and certainly not angels...until a simple bank robbery went horrible wrong. In her first novel, Only Angels Are Bulletproof, Emily Ann Benedict takes the listener on a page-turning ride of suspense and mystery when a seemingly random young woman is fatally shot in front of Scott and dozens of witnesses, yet survives and disappears before anyone can question her. Scott's quest to stop a plague of bank robberies in the Los Angeles area quickly becomes a quest to prove that things such as angels and miracles do not exist. But when the hunt turns deadly and threatens to consume his friends and family, Scott is faced with one very strange question: Is believing Only Angels Are Bulletproof the only way to stop a criminal?
©2008 Emily Ann Benedict; (P)2009 Tate

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  • W.
  • Temecula, CA, United States
  • 08-25-10

Narrator is grating

The story is mediocre at best. Very choppy and amateurish. The real problem for me was the narrator. The voice(s) he uses are grating and just awful. I could barely get thru it. I kept thinking I would get used to it but it was like listening to fingernails on a chalk board. This along with the weak story-telling made me glad it was relatively short.