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Publisher's Summary

Edgar, Shamus, and Anthony Award winner Rick Riordan is a master of Texas crime writing. In Southtown, maniacal convict Will Stirman escapes from the state penitentiary. With his gang of murderous thugs, Stirman pursues Erainya, the boss of college professor turned P.I. Tres Navarre. Erainya’s husband Fred helped put Stirman behind bars, and although Fred is dead, Stirman wants his revenge. Now only Tres can stop him.
Crack another case with Tres Navarre.
©2004 Rick Riordan (P)2004 Recorded Books, LLC

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  • Robert
  • DFW, TX, United States
  • 04-09-13

Going downhill.

If you've been listening to this series thus far, one thing you will notice about this book is that it's about half the length. Personally I feel as this story isn't as up to par as the earlier books in the series. Again great performance by Tom Stechschulte.

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Not as good as previous in the series

Would you try another book from Rick Riordan and/or Tom Stechschulte?

Sure - I've liked the others

What about Tom Stechschulte’s performance did you like?

As always, great voices, he really "feels" like Tres

Was Southtown worth the listening time?

Yes (tho it was shorter than his other books had been)