It's a new beginning for bodyguard Atticus Kodiak. Dead to the world, no longer hunted, he has lived with his common-law wife Alena for more than a year in a small town in the Republic of Georgia. But when their new neighbors are brutally murdered, leaving behind their son, it falls to Atticus to rescue him. To do so, he must enter a web that takes him from Russia to Istanbul and that stretches from Dubai to Las Vegas. But what troubles Atticus the most is that Alena-once one of the world's most dangerous assassins and a woman who fears nothing-is clearly terrified of what he's uncovered. And as Atticus gets closer to learning why, the closer he gets to destroying the life they have made, and each other.
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by Greg Rucka
by Greg Grandin
by Greg Iles
by Greg van Eekhout
by John Halliday
by Margaret Peterson Haddix
by William J. Cobb
"WALKING DEAD provides a grimy look at the world of sex slavery and the international trafficking of underage girls. Atticus Cizkova, the hero of several of Rucka's books, who is now living in a secluded Georgian town in the former USSR, sets out to rescue the 14-year-old girl next door, who had been kidnapped by sex traffickers. As the story unfolds in the first person, narrator Jonathan Davis does a masterful job engaging listeners in a dangerous chase from Istanbul to Dubai to Amsterdam, and finally to Las Vegas. His phrasing, pace, and intonations provide the listener with an intimate performance. Davis covers it all--gritty emotion, menacing multinational characters, and a thrilling chase--with a first-rate performance. T.J.M. Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award (c) AudioFile 2009, Portland, Maine"
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