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Publisher's Summary

Retired FBI agent Jeremy Winter spent his career chasing serial killers. Now, he finally has a chance to go after the one murderer who matters most - the killer of his wife and unborn daughter.

With few clues and nowhere to start, Jeremy tests the legal limits of his investigation, risking arrest and angering his FBI agent girlfriend Maggie Keeley. His determination to find the killer leads him on a twisting path of weak leads and strong doubts.

The past is fixed.

The future is fluid.

The fury is now.

And Jeremy Winter has time to kill.

©2019 Tom Threadgill (P)2019 Tom Threadgill

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Superb! Nice ending!

Retired FBI agent Jeremy Winter, with the help of his FBI girlfriend and others, seeks to find the person who murdered his wife and their unborn daughter over a decade earlier. Book 3 in this excellent series by Tom Threadgill is at least as good as the earlier books. Narration by Drew Bott took some time to become accustomed to but it earns 5 stars.

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Best in the series (so far I hope)!!!!

This is the third book in the Jeremy Winter series and I think it might just be the best one so far. In this book Winter is retired FBI and recovering from an injury. Walking with a cane he’s not a very imposing figure. With nothing to do but help care for his fiancé’s young daughter he decides to try once again to look for his wife’s murderer. She was shot in a parking lot after buying items for their unborn child. While looking for his wife’s killer he comes across a serial killer who sees himself as a protector. He only goes after men who abuse their women. Somehow though, Winter believes this man is involved with his wife’s murder. Winter’s fiancé is able to assist in a limited amount because she is still in the FBI. The story takes quite a few turns and a few red herrings but when the killer is finally revealed - WOW! This was someone I would have never guessed. Drew Bott does a great job narrating. This book is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. If you found this review helpful please indicate so. Thank You.

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Thrilling book with unexpected ending!!

Tom did an outstanding job developing the characters and writing a clean, thrilling story! I have to agree with Shelley from Raleigh, NC and say Drew Bott did an outstanding job with his narration. Clean editing, great voices (his southern female voice was great!) and he added the perfect amount of emotion. Drew has a deeper voice that's easy on the ears and his several voices are very well done. No crazy, falsetto female voices! The story is very good with believable characters and real emotions. It's obvious Tom Threadgill uses an editor as there were zero grammatical errors or stilted dialogue between characters. It is easy to sit down and just listen to. It does leave you at each chapter end wanting to jump right into the next one. And the ending!! I did NOT see that coming! Just a superbly written story! Clean listen. Not one curse word or sexual reference. The violence in the book is described in a manner that you know what's going on but Mr. Threadgill leaves out the gratuitous gory details. My opinion is you can listen with kids in the car and not worry about having to explain something uncomfortable. That is the mark of a great author - telling a story so well that you don't need to have sex or low-brow language prop it up. I would listen to it again. Great narration by Mr. Bott brings the story to life! Well done Tom Threadgill!

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Too bad they changed narrators

THis is the 3rd in this series and it's better than the previous two, which were great. The writing is excellent, the main characters have believable dialogue, there's humor thrown in which is sometimes rare in murder mysteries. The narration in the first two books was some of the best I've heard, this narrator was the absolute worst. The only reason I listened till the end was because I enjoy this author so much, but I will never listen to a book narrated by Drew Bott again.

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Great listen

I very much enjoyed this book! Even better then the first. This narrator was very good you could actually tell the difference between characters. It’s even had some very funny parts to it and I love that along with the mystery. I hope there is another in this series to come soon. If not it does end in a good place.

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thriller/mysteries without the raunch

It seems that is difficult to be a mystery author without being debauched. Mr. Threadgill, however, accomplishes the task without being boring or being trite. In fact, it would seem that vulgarity and unbridled sexuality are oft repeated aspects of the modern detective novel. It is a commendable departure for an author to attempt a realistic portrayal without the slime. Threadgill is in the company of Tim Downes and Charles Martin in providing realistic characters in dark situations without resorting to an X-rated characature. More importantly the main character carries the hope of redemption. Good job Tom Threadgill.

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Just when you think you know

I have listened to all of the Jeremy Winter books that are available, they have all been awesome books but I think this is my favorite. Jeremy finally gets the answers he has been looking for, gets a second chance at love and fatherhood and they make a new friend in Maggie’s trainee. All is finally right in Jeremy’s world....or is it? There was a hint of maybe another book coming out, what will that book bring into Jeremy and Maggie’s world? I definitely recommend this book but listen to the first two Jeremy Winter books first so you know what’s going on

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Good series

This has been a pretty good book series. i wish that there were more after this, Maggie's new coworker is hilarious and a good fit. I would love for this series to continue.

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It's always strange when narrators change; especially when reading a series in order, one after the other!! just not sure if it was characters or new narrator who was the issue here.

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Best one yet!

started off kind of bad for me. initially I didn't like the narrator . but as time went on I really liked him better than the previous one. the story was excellent I especially loved the new characters that were introduced. can't wait for the next one .