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The Body of David Hayes

Narrated by: Dick Hill
Series: Lou Boldt/Daphne Matthews, Book 9
Length: 9 hrs and 37 mins
3.5 out of 5 stars (40 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Years ago, Lou Boldt's wife Liz had an affair with David Hayes, a young computer specialist at the bank where she is an executive. When Liz ended the relationship after reconciling with Lou, Hayes engaged in a daring embezzlement scheme. Now, years later, Hayes is trying to retrieve the money he hid for the Russian mob and contacts Liz to try to gain access to the bank's mainframe. Liz is torn between wanting to protect the bank and needing to protect her family. Boldt, ripped apart by the discovery of his wife's possible blackmail, must skate a delicate line between his incompatible roles as determined detective and jealous husband if he is to find the money while exposing and stopping Hayes.

Intensely involving and revealing new aspects of Boldt's emotional makeup never before seen, The Body of David Hayes is Ridley's most gripping and engaging thriller yet.

©2004 Ridley Pearson (P)2004 Brilliance Audio, Inc.

Critic Reviews

"Dick Hill maneuvers the facts of the takedown with aplomb but truly shines when expressing the emotional struggles of Lou and Elizabeth Boldt. Pearson continues to lead the way with a story that's a cut above the average thriller." ( AudioFile)

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    2 out of 5 stars

The novel that thought it could...

1. Characters are not believable.
2. Dick Hill's narration of female characters is annoyingly whiny.
3. Would give it one star but main character Boldt is mildly entertaining.
4. The plot is a mixture of everything else ever written.
5. Connelly, it's not.

4 of 5 people found this review helpful