This is the third book I’ve listened to in the Jack Stratton series. These are really good books with with an admirable protagonist. He’s a young cop with a hot temper and a soft heart. He grew up in foster care and now lives platonically with a young woman who came to live in the same home after he left.
Jack grew up thinking of himself as a throw away child who must not have been worthy of keeping. Him mother was an addict and he didn’t know who his father was. In this book he goes to a psych hospital and sees his mother for the first time in about 20 years. She mentions his father’s name and that someone killed him.
Jack and his friend/roommate go to his mother’s hometown to solve a 27 year old mystery.
Great read, fast paced and interesting plot.
The books in this series do not have to be read in order. Each can be read as a stand alone.
Andrew Tell does a very good job narrating.
I RECOMMEND this book for an easy listen. Nothing too complex but it certainly is fun.
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