"Some writers are thoughtful. Some have style. John Daly has both. When I read his work, it's time well spent." (Bernard Goldberg, New York Times number one best-selling author of Bias)
Sean Coleman is back in the latest thriller from John A. Daly, set in the mountains of Winston, Colorado.
Six months after the murder of his uncle, Sean is trying to get his life together. He's stopped drinking, he's taking better care of himself, and he's working hard to keep a fledgling security business afloat. At a blood plasma bank Sean frequents to earn extra income, he meets the distraught relative of Andrew Carson, a man who went missing weeks earlier on the other side of the state, with a pool of blood in the snowy driveway of his home as the only clue to the man's fate. Sean decides to help in the search for Carson and quickly finds himself immersed in a world of deception, desperation, and danger - a world in which nothing is what it seems and few can get out of with their lives.
I received the audiobook free in exchange for an honest review.
I really enjoyed this book. Sean Coleman is the town bad boy. A troublemaker. And he a bit of a private investigator. He becomes interested in a nurse at the local blood clinic when he goes to give plasma, and learns that her uncle has disappeared. In an attempt to impress her, he decides to see if he can find out what happened to the man.
Meanwhile, his brother-in-law, the local sheriff, is concerned about the brother of a criminal he killed coming after him for revenge. When Sean disappears while looking into the case of the missing uncle, the sheriff goes looking for Sean.
The story has quite a few twists and turns that made this an intriguing listen, and kept me guessing as to what was going to happen. Good writing style by the author.
The narrator, Shawn Compton has an easy voice to listen to, and did an excellent job of narration.
I really enjoyed the characters. especially the main character. was awesome to see where he came from and how he was changing his life.
definitely will listen more from the series.
the narrator had an awesome voice to listen to definitely was a good one to fall asleep to.