Nick McCarty
Books in series2
UNABRIDGED
(4.0 based on 5 ratings)
  • 1
    Cold Blooded: The Nick McCarty Series, Book 1 | Bernard Lee DeLeo,  RJ Parker Publishing, Inc

    Cold Blooded: The Nick McCarty Series, Book 1

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 30 mins)
    • By Bernard Lee DeLeo, RJ Parker Publishing, Inc
    • Narrated By Mike Dennis
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    Nick McCarty decides after ten years of black ops assassinations it's time for a change. Against the wishes of his shadow government bosses he has inexplicably managed to become a best-selling author. The novels have made him world famous and provided a cover for his overseas sanctions. But Nick feels something's missing. An employer orders the death of a woman in the witness protection program. Nick sees something in the woman's picture reminding him of someone he knew long ago.

    Lots of action.

    I already have. I liked the plot of an assassin having a cover of a writer of assassin novels. Plenty of action, with a lot of humour. Blood, sex and ..Show More »

    Reviewed on 23 April 2015 by Maria (stafford, United Kingdom)
  • 2
    Cold Blooded II: Killer Moves: Nick McCarty Assassin Series, Book 2 | Bernard Lee DeLeo

    Cold Blooded II: Killer Moves: Nick McCarty Assassin Series, Book 2

    • UNABRIDGED (14 hrs and 21 mins)
    • By Bernard Lee DeLeo
    • Narrated By David Gilmore
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    Nick's partner Gus Nason thinks Nick may be going slowly crazy trying to retire as a reclusive best-selling author. Gus assumes even with Nick's wife Rachel pregnant, and walking Jean and Deke the dog to school, Nick will become a danger if not pursuing what he does best: killing people. Gus quickly regrets his influence over his partner, when the first time out of the retirement chute, Nick's contract on Sheik Abdul Nazari begins a chain of events he never envisioned.

    WORST narration ever!!!

    I love DeLeo's work - his stories are great. David Gilmore's narration was very unprofessional, and sing-songy. His inflections are way off the mark,..Show More »

    Reviewed on 29 October 2015 by Cheri (Kennesaw, GA, United States)