Malcolm York is a sadistic monster, guilty of unspeakable crimes. And with his endless wealth, he's funded a series of depraved hunts. The few who survived can never forget. They can only be thankful the terror is over-until rumors start swirling.
Griffin Powell knows the twisted depths of York's madness. He's also sure that York is dead. But then Griff's wife Nicole disappears, and the phone calls begin-that familiar voice taunting him, promising to destroy everything Griff loves.
When you die.
Using all the resources of the Powell Agency, Griff searches for Nic, aware that every step propels him further into a madman's web-because the only way to keep Nic safe is to join one last perverse game in which the winner kills all and the loser is dead by nightfall.
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©2011 Beverly Beaver (P)2011 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
Try and read these books in order, this is the last one.
It was like The Running Man, kill or be killed; and Griff's wife is not only fighting to save herself, but their unborn child. The tension was cranked up throughout the story but the author then blurted out the ending, disregarding the time you'd invested in the characters and their captors. It was very much a ....bang, the end.
"Too Far-fetched & slow moving"
Beverly Barton could have tied up the story in 2 books withoutwasting time with a far-fatched conveluted story. I was very disappointed with book 3.
No-unless the next one is also has unbelievable & complicated characters.
She drew out the scenario of the kidnappling & evil characters for too long.
Half of the capture scenes.
Beverly Barton could have made a believable story in 3 hours instead of 7.
"They just get better......"
yes, thank you, Beverley, this is better than 1 and possible 2 too. I liked 2, but this is different again and certainly full of suspense and has plenty of thrills as well. I like the premise from a suspense/thriller point of view and would not be surprised if at least some of this book was partly true. Human beings can wallow in the depths of depravity as well as reaching the heights of greatness through creativity & achievements to better the human condition. This book takes us on that journey and the classic fight for good over evil. All in all and enjoyable listen and narrated well.
Yes because it brings the characters to life.
The story was well thought out. The timing of events drew me to keep listening waiting for the next riveting part.
I listened to the first two books of this trilogy. After the second I searched for the third because I had to find out what happened to Nicole. I could not wait to have it listed by another site.
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