• The Nevada Job

  • A Case Lee Novel, Book 7
  • By: Vince Milam
  • Narrated by: Tim H. Dixon
  • Length: 8 hrs and 37 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (63 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

A global battle for the world’s most precious material. Deadly events swirl under the watchful eyes of spies and a ruthless billionaire.

With thousands of lives at stake, a reluctant Case Lee enters the scene.

Never bet against the little guy.

It was a low-key investigation. Until signals flared that danger lay ahead with people’s lives a throw-away commodity. It started in Bolivia’s Chaco region. A vast lawless area where life is cheap and raw power rules the roost. 

As the search for rare elements heats up, Case runs into spies and mercenaries and a village living in terror. While he’s no superhero, no caped crusader, Case Lee knows he can’t walk away. With so many lives at stake, he flips the switch and brings special skills to the table. Very special skills.

The trail leads back to the Nevada wildlands. The billionaire tycoon now knows the individual responsible for disrupting his global operations and paints a target on Case’s back, aided by corrupt politicians and dirty cops. Meanwhile, spies lurk in the background. Whose side are they on?

Word quickly spreads among his former Delta teammates, who arrive and lend a hand. Outnumbered and outgunned, with powerful forces allied against them, they make a stand. With no quarter asked. Or given.

In The Nevada Job - the seventh stand-alone novel from the best-selling Case Lee adventure series - author Vince Milam delivers another heart-pounding thriller of espionage, treachery, and payback. A tale filled to the brim with enigmatic and fascinating characters, plot twists, nonstop action, and stunning surprises.

You’ll love this edge-of-your-seat thrill ride because Case is a flawed hero we can all cheer for until the end.

Join hundreds of thousands of fans and find yourself swept away today!

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Poor voice acting

The voice actor does not convincingly portray most of the characters. He uses a high voice for a Delta operator and has terrible accents.

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Case and Friends

Wasn't overly impressed with the Orcas Island job. Wasn't bad , just not up to par with all the other Case Lee adventures.
Everything is back on track with the Nevada job. I really enjoy these books, especially when All the characters are in them.
Great book and great series.
I hope there are many more

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Milam hits it out of the park again with #7!

The Nevada Job did not disappoint, the narration as usual was spot-on and entertaining. The storyline tight and the characters continue with their own personality. I love the protagonist, Case Lee,
because he has a greater good in mind always for his jobs, even though his ego is slightly wrapped up in it. (He freely admits to that defect of character.)

I love the description that Milam uses for unsavory characters and the tenderness with which he interacts with his mom, sister, his relationship with Jess and his Delta Force Brothers. The series is unfolding beautifully, there is never a dull moment!

Tenderness, intrigue, and calling 'em as he sees 'em, all wrapped in a tightly knit, cohesive story. Read/Listen to the whole series...sure to be your favorites too!
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  • Ian Nicholson
  • 07-12-21

Brilliant...

These are some of the best book I've listened to. The way the characters interact with each other is so funny and the stories are very original. The Nevada Job is no exception. I'm looking forward to many more :)