Now and Then

Author(s): John Locke
Series: Donovan Creed Series No: 4
Genre: Mystery
eAudio - unabridged
Audio (6.82 hours)
Product Number: Z04895
Released: Mar 01, 2012
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781464032714
Narrator/s: Rich Orlow
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International best-selling author John Locke made a name for himself by achieving the coveted #1 Amazon Kindle spot-and he went on to sell over a million of his seven action-packed Donovan Creed novels. In Now & Then, the former CIA assassin is ready to unwind on Florida's white sand beaches with his girlfriend Rachel and his stolen billions. But with rabid squirrels, homicidal maniacs, hailstorms, and a gang of deadly pirates, his vacation is anything but relaxing.


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Now and Then
Product Number: BX00027215
Product Number:CM0056
Product Number:Z04895

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Author(s): John Locke
Narrator(s): Rich Orlow
Genre: Mystery
Product Number CM0056
Released: Feb 01, 2012
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781461839767

Professional reviews

"Great narrators can transform virtually any book into an engaging listen. NOW AND THEN is no exception; it's like a movie that features Hollywood's best stars yet only receives a C or C+ from critics. Regardless, the book is worth hearing because of narrators Rich Orlow, Simon Prebble, and George Guidall, who combine to give life to Locke's dialogue. It's hard to know what to make of the story. At times, it's an engaging crime thriller featuring former CIA assassin Donovan Creed. At other times, it's a charming and funny romp. While the book's best moments are terrific, its low points, such as the parts involving pirates, add little. Overall, the meandering story will leave listeners wondering where the author is heading. D.J.S. (c) AudioFile 2012, Portland, Maine"