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Sunday Night Fears

Forensic Accounting Investigator Sam Halloran, Book 1
Narrated by: Gary Bennett
Length: 10 hrs and 29 mins
4 out of 5 stars (8 ratings)

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What this accountant just uncovered could cost him his life....

Sam Halloran is anxious to prove himself at his new firm. But when his audit on a major client reveals massive fraud, he’s left with a terrible choice. He can either keep quiet and preserve his livelihood or disclose his findings and put his wife and children's future in jeopardy....

As Sam struggles with the decision and confronts the pain of his past, the company's smart, sexy accounting manager becomes both ally and temptation. With each piece of evidence painting a bigger target on his back, Sam wonders if she would rather help him uncover the truth or lead him straight into a deadly trap. That's when the walls start to close in....

Will Sam expose the fraud before a powerful corporation has him erased from the ledger? 

Sunday Night Fears is the first audiobook in the pulse-pounding Forensic Accounting Investigator Sam Halloran thriller series. If you like edge-of-your-seat pacing, conflicted heroes, and stunning twists, then you’ll love Tom Golden’s psychological thriller. 

Buy Sunday Night Fears to balance the books of justice today!

©2018 Tom Golden Speaks, Ltd. (P)2019 Tom Golden Speaks, Ltd.

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AAARGH! Terrible book.

Trust me, this is a waste of time. Oh the premise of a new field, forensic accounting, getting our mystery story attention was enticing. In fact it was the reason I bought this thing. But after hours of the whining Job-like (That's JOB as in the biblical character) lead character's sheep-like behavior and Sisyphus stones that Tom Golden made him carry over hills that had nothing to do with a mystery story... Well I just stopped listening - hours into this mess. Perhaps a crime may occur if Golden's given enough time to reveal it. Perhaps the forensic accountant may bring new tools to crime fighting that will reveal that crime and crush its bad-folk. Dunno, and will never know. Wish I could rewind this book along with the hours I wasted waiting for the story to start. Never again will I buy a Golden book. AAARGH!

WHERE WERE THE EDITORS?

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This book needed a good editor with a red pencil!

As an accountant married to a former Big 8 IT auditor, I was excited when I purchased the book because 1) it was about Forensic Accounting and 2) because it was the first book of a new series. It did not take long to be disappointed! The forensic accounting which I would have found exciting was maybe 1/10th of the story if that the rest was whining. I will not be purchasing the second in his series.

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Suspenseful thriller!!

Golden creates a tense and sensitive story of his alter ego Sam Holleran. The character development is excellent. You really care what might happen. Don’t let the accounting background fool you, the story really is challenging. A great book!

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Interesting,out of my normal genre

I listen to mysteries all the time but have never had a “ numbers guy” at the center of the story. Enough characters,good plot,dialog was good and had an element of surprise at the end.

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Great Listen!

Sunday Night Fears is an addictive book to listen. Finished it in less than two days.

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