Hour Game

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Author(s): David Baldacci
Series: King & Maxwell Series No: 2
Original Publish Date: Apr 01, 2005
eAudio - unabridged
Audio (14.45 hours)
Product Number: Z100033513
Released: Apr 01, 2005
Business Term: 2 Year
ISBN: #9781607880721
Narrator/s: Scott Brick
Publisher: Hachette Audio
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Description

A man accused of burglary seems innocent...?ut in this #1 New York Times bestseller, two ex-Secret Service agents quickly learn that nothing is more dangerous than the truth. A woman is found murdered in the woods. It seems like a simple case but it soon escalates into a terrible nightmare. Someone is replicating the killing styles of the most infamous murderers of all time. No one knows this criminal's motives...or who will die next. Two ex-Secret Service agents, Sean King and Michelle Maxwell, have been hired to defend a man's innocence in a burglary involving an aristocratic family. Then a series of secrets leads the partners right into the frantic hunt that is confounding even the FBI. Now King and Maxwell are playing the Hour Game, uncovering one horrifying revelation after another and putting their lives in danger. For the closer they get to the truth, the closer they get to the most shocking surprise of all.

All formats/editions

eAudio
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Author(s): David Baldacci
Narrator(s): Scott Brick
Series:
Product Number Z100011948
Released: Jul 03, 2007
Business Term: Purchase
Publisher: Books on Tape
ISBN: #9781415945308
eBook
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Author(s): David Baldacci
Series:
Product Number EB00278654
Released: Apr 10, 2014
Business Term: 2 Year
ISBN: #9780446586658

Professional reviews

"Scott Brick brings his considerable expertise to his reading of Baldacci's latest crime novel featuring the team of Michelle Maxwell and Sean King, ex-Secret Service agents who first appeared in SPLIT SECOND. Their second outing takes place in Virginia and focuses on a dysfunctional Southern family, the Battles, and a series of murders made to look like famous killings of the past. Soft accents contrast with the brutality of the crimes, and though we are privy to the thoughts of the villain, we don't know who he/she is. The relationship between the partners is sensitively handled by Brick as is the portrayal of the Battles' vulnerable daughter. This production is a fine example of writer and reader working in tandem. J.B.G. (c) AudioFile 2005, Portland, Maine"

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