Some mysteries are better left unsolved.
It’s been fifteen years since Mandy Reasoner was murdered - a crime for which her boyfriend, Duke, was convicted. But when high school students and best friends Betty and June discover that Mandy was June’s long-forgotten aunt, they decide to pursue the mystery. Galvanized by the growing community who doubts the evidence against Duke and is rallying to free him, the two girls start on a path that will bring them not only to Duke himself but smack into Nickel, a canny, tough-as-nails teenage P.I. attempting to keep his own life together. They make a good team, but Nickel is on his own mission of revenge, and the web of lies surrounding Mandy’s murder is growing ever thicker.
The closer they get to the truth, the less clear the path becomes. Will they survive the fight to bring Mandy’s killer to justice?
Award-winning author Aric Davis brings back his captivating anti-hero, Nickel, in Tunnel Vision, a work of edgy noir about unlikely friendship and long-overdue justice.
These three are my favorite to listen to. The entire book was amazing and I will be looking for more books by Aric Davis.
Very interesting story line. Want to cheer for the kids. If not for the foul language this would be an excellent book for a teenager. Believe that the hero would be like able to both male and female teen readers.
I really enjoyed this book.
maybe it was having multiple people read the viewpoints, but this is the first time it didn't annoy me to hear so many changes in pov.
Didn't realize it was very much a teen novel, was okay once it got going but could have very easily skipped this book. Just didn't care about the characters, very one-dimensional, in fact I can't remember who was responsible for the murder, was pulling weeds at the time and guess I missed it. Oh well, maybe I'll go back and relisten to the end.
As for the narration, it was nice to have male and female narrators for the various characters.
I yelled at this book so much I'm horse. The timeline is a joke, and dude, vans don't have trunks.
very enjoyable, multiple narrators, well done, a coming of age cold case lost boy kind of mix, definitely some very adult themes and references, not a juvenile fiction but from that point of view