Lt. Jacqueline "Jack" Daniels of the Chicago Police Department is back, and once again she's up to her Armani in murder. Someone is sending Jack snuff videos. The victims are people she knows, and they share a common trait - all were involved in one of Jack's previous cases. With her stalwart partner, Herb, hospitalized and unable to help, Jack follows a trail of death throughout the Midwest, on a collision course with the smartest and deadliest adversary she has ever known. During the chase, Jack jeopardizes her career, her love life, and her closest friends. She also comes to a startling realization - serial killers have families, and blood runs thick. Rusty Nail features more of the laugh-out-loud humor and crazy characters that saturated Whiskey Sour and Bloody Mary, without sacrificing the nail-biting thrills. This is Lt. Jack Daniels' third, and most exciting, adventure yet. "Konrath creates the perfect blend of pulse-pounding thrills, side-splitting humor." - David Ellis, author of In the Company of Liars "Jack Daniels is a detective for the new millennium: sharply witty, deftly wry, and unabashedly clever." - James Rollins, author of Black Order
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by J.A. Konrath
by Elizabeth Peters
by Larry Bond
by Ilona Andrews
by J.A. Jance
by J.A. Johnstone
"Dick Hill and Susie Breck, husband and wife in real life, are a dynamic duo when performing this audio. In this thriller, Police Lt. Jacqueline(Jack) Daniels searches for a band of serial killers who slice and dice their victims, wreaking havoc on several Indiana and Illinois cities. The male roles supply the meat for Hill's clever performance; his killers are so psychotic and their methods so horrific that Hill's tongue-in-cheek performance is a relief as it reminds you it's only fiction. Breck too has her moments. When Nora, one of the killers escapes, she gleefully shoots half-a-dozen lawmen. Beware: This is not for the faint of heart. A.L.H (c) AudioFile 2006, Portland, Maine"
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