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Walk in the Fire

The Judah Cannon Series, Book 2
Narrated by: Bradford Hastings
Series: Judah Cannon, Book 2
Length: 9 hrs and 35 mins
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Life hasn't gotten any easier for Judah Cannon. He may have survived the fiery showdown between his father, the tyrannical Pentecostal preacher Sister Tulah, and the Scorpions outlaw motorcycle club, but now Judah and Ramey, the love-of-his-life-turned-partner-in-crime, are facing new and more dangerous adversaries. It will take all of their cunning and courage, their faith in one another, and some unexpected help to give them even a shot of making it out alive.

In attempting to extricate the Cannon family from the crime ring they are known and feared for, Judah finds himself in the sights of Everett Weaver, a cold-blooded killer and drug runner in Daytona Beach who shouldn't be underestimated and doesn't take no for an answer. Threatened by Weaver, saddled with guilt from his recovering, but now pill-popping, younger brother Benji and pressured to use his head and do the right thing by Ramey, Judah quickly arrives at a breaking point and things soon begin to go south.

Meanwhile, Special Agent Clive Grant, who has been unwillingly sent down from ATF headquarters in Atlanta, arrives in town to investigate the fire at Sister Tulah's church. Clive, looking to prove himself, becomes obsessed with Tulah and her iron grip on Bradford County and is determined to take her down. His search leads him to Judah's door, and soon the Cannons are caught up in an increasingly tangled web of violence, lies, and retribution spanning both sides of the law. Backed into a corner, but desperate to protect his family, Judah finds himself walking a dangerous path that might cost him everything or might win him it all, if only he can walk through the fire and come out on the other side.

©2018 Steph Post (P)2018 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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The plot thickens with Book 2...

Book two in this series is so much better than the first. However, I would suggest listening to these books in order for character relationships and each book sets up the story for the next. There was a lot going on in the first book but in this book the revelations from one chapter to the next are nonstop.
There's a man (Webster) with a grudge against the protagonist's (Judah Cannon) father Sherman. Sherman died in the last book and so Webster, who can't let go of his anger, has decided to go after Judah and kill everyone he cares about including a child who may or may not be his.
Then there's an ATF agent who wants to bring RICO charges against Sister Tulah. He's having a hard time with this because every one is either owned by or in absolute fear of her. He's having a difficult time also convincing his superior that there really is something going on in this little town or that an old preacher woman is behind it. There's something big here and he needs to prove it.
The ending sets up the start of book three.
Bradford Hastings is a wonderful narrator. His performance is spot on, he reminds me of Ray Porter!
This book is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
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