Thomas Prescott returns in a smoldering thriller of murder, treachery, and revenge. His love life in shambles, retired homicide detective Thomas Prescott returns to Seattle, the very place he fled from after his parents' deaths nearly a decade earlier. Just as Prescott is getting settled in, he sees a body floating in the private cove behind his boyhood home. It's a woman. But not just any woman. It's Ellen Gray—the governor of Washington—who has been missing for the past six weeks. The lead suspect in the governor's murder is her husband, famed defense attorney, Adam Gray. But unlike the Seattle Police Department—where Thomas was fired from several years earlier—Prescott has his doubts about Adam's guilt. Ignoring direct orders to stay away from the case, Prescott soon finds himself drawn into the heart of the investigation.
Working side-by-side with SPD detective, Erica Frost, Prescott uncovers a sophisticated conspiracy linked to a new breed of killer. In his pursuit to catch a madman, Prescott's investigation will take him from the state capital to the snow-covered peaks of the North Cascades and for the first time in his career, Thomas finds himself both the hunter…and the hunted.
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by Nick Pirog
by Nick McDonell
by Dan Gutman
by Scott O'Dell
by John H. Ritter
by Will Hobbs
by Gary Paulsen
"Narrator Johnny Heller brings author Nick Pirog's well-defined characters to life. This audiobook focuses on Thomas Prescott, a depressed former police officer and FBI consultant. At the start of the story, he returns to his hometown of Seattle. While visiting his boyhood home, he discovers the governor of Washington floating on the shore--dead. Not surprisingly, he soon finds himself in the middle of the investigation. Heller's delivery is ideal. His ability to define personalities for Pirog's many characters enhances the novel. The investigation has numerous plot twists and a surprising undercurrent of humor, all of which benefit from Heller's narration and distinguish this from other whodunits. D.J.S. © AudioFile 2019, Portland, Maine"
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