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Summary

The road to the Oval Office is paved in blood...

The simultaneous assassinations of the President and Vice President catapults the Speaker of the House into the White House as the first female President of the United States. Evidence points to a former Navy SEAL as one of the assassins.

Relegated to writing sidebar stories instead of headlines, journalist McKenzie McClendon composes a scathing story about the Navy training killers.

Former Navy SEAL Noah Hutchins doesn't believe his partner could have committed the heinous crime. They'd endured the horrors of Afghanistan together. His buddy was a hero, not a murderer.

No one who knows the truth is safe...

Thrown together in a search for the truth - and a career-making story - McKenzie and Noah must unravel a dangerous web of lies that includes a radical foreign faction, a violent ultra-feminist group, and corrupt politicians willing to kill to keep their secrets. And an assassin who is still on the loose.

His next targets are already in his crosshairs...

©2012 Colby Marshall (P)2013 Colby Marshall

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  • john
  • 17-10-13

couldn't listen more than a chapter

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

a different narrator

What could Colby Marshall have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

hire someone who had some experience at putting novels to voice

What didn’t you like about Chaz Allen’s performance?

no chnages in tone for different characters, way too choppy and fast...no sense of pacing, completely un listenable