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It's been a century since the last murder in the small town of Rosemont, Utah.

Hoping to quietly "retire" as Rosemont's new Chief of Public Safety, former detective Tomas Arnesen steps into his role expecting to settle friendly disputes and the occasional instance of drunken domestic violence.

But when his best friend turns up dead with a point-blank gunshot wound to the head and becomes the first in a string of far-too-similar killings, Arnesen must fight to prevent history from repeating itself.

Tomas will war with his past, the town's history, and even those closest to him to bring Rosemont's first serial killer to justice. If he fails, he'll lose the woman who's always adored him, the chance to redeem his hot-headed past, and possibly his life.

By unraveling the secrets of a small town whose history can't hide lies forever, Arnesen knows: Ultimately, someone must pay for the sins of the five fathers.

©2017 Jame H. Drury (P)2018 James H. Drury

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Totally Enjoyable

This murder mystery was very well written and well read by the narrator. This is one of my favorite genres and having lived in this part of the country for years, growing up on horses and in small towns, I felt a true kinship to the story. It is well written, intriguing and was never boring. As an audio book listener I kept my earbuds close by and took every opportunity to "get back to the story" when I could. I'm a sucker for a good love story too, so that was a big bonus. I highly recommend this book. And the book cover is awesome (even though I only had it on my device;)

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Real Stinker

They somehow compare this to Longmire? Not even in the same universe. it's hard to follow, way to much gab about how desirable the main female character is, you lose track of which character is speaking. all in all it's the lower level B movie of audio books. Sorry Jack Clancy but this book was not the right one for you. too many and the wrong type of characters for your voice. I couldn't picture the characters at all. I gave it a fair shot but deleted it from my library with five hours to go. Bottom line - I'd like to get my credit back.

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I felt like I was reading a third grade reader. The dialogue between characters was childish and I thought the actions of characters childish as well.

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Worth it

This story took me a while to get into it. I’m so glad I stuck with it. The story was good and the narration was great. I will look for more stories by the author. I will definitely listen to more narration by Jack Clancy