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Dark Mountain

The David Wolf Series
Narrated by: Sean Patrick Hopkins
Series: David Wolf, Book 10
Length: 7 hrs and 6 mins
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Summary

Sometimes the past comes back to bite....

When a dead body is discovered stuffed inside a car trunk in the forest outside Rocky Points, Colorado, Chief Detective David Wolf finds himself involved in a case that will rock the local community. But as details emerge, the tension rises higher when it's clear the driver's last client was Tom Rachette, Wolf's loyal detective. Worse yet, Detective Rachette is no longer answering his phone.

At the same time, Wolf gets a cryptic email that jars loose war memories he'd rather forget. And it soon becomes clear he must face his past head-on if he wants to save his friend from certain death.

Meanwhile, Heather Patterson, Wolf's former detective who has since moved on from her days in the Sluice-Byron County SD, receives a cryptic message herself. She's left the department to forget brutal events that now have her cracking at the seams. But ready or not, she has no choice but to step back into the fire. Because the messages contain a lot of blood and demand two things: Find David Wolf and come now. Or he dies.

This harrowing 10th installment of the David Wolf mystery-thriller series will keep you guessing until the very end. Join the adventure and watch Wolf and his friends as they're pushed to their physical, mental, and emotional limits untangling clues from the past and present so they might live to see another day.

©2017 Jeff Carson (P)2017 Cross Atlantic Publishing

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Great Thriller series

This is a superb series and if you like a great thriller then this is it. I highly recommend reading and listening to all of the books. The main characters are brought to life by a really superb narrator.

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  • Wayne
  • 11-08-18

Outstanding suspense thriller!

Dark Mountain is the 10th novel in the 12 book David Wolf series. I have previously reviewed Books 1, 2 and 3 in this series. They were excellent, but this one is even better. Just get it!

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  • Trish R.
  • 20-05-19

Another good read about David Wolf..


Well, if you’ve read a number of the David Wolf series you know who Deputy Rachette is, one of Wolf’s best deputies. In this story Rachette is kidnapped and what he went through was just horrible AND, once again, Wolf got the crap beat out of him and did not save the day. It seems like he gets the crap beat out of him in every book. And in the last book he even got his pinky-finger shot off.

No romance and the F-bomb was used 14 times.

As to the narration: Still the same as it’s been for all 10 books. Sean Patrick Hopkins still needs a little help with his women’s voices, and he needs to learn to read with some emotions. He has a great reading voice, though.

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  • Michael R. Rainey
  • 29-03-19

T,his is my second and Last David Wolf Series book

Good action scenes are exiting but too many interludes until back at them. Dialogue was juvenile at times and but I could not figure out how I would have written it any different. Atta boy standard comments appeared hollow. There were too many slipups by our heroes falling into traps. I didn't like the many flashbacks to prior actions scenes and flipping back and forth to current days.. it took a while to recreate whether it was current day or flashbackss. this would have been better off to condense the length to highlight the more exciting action scenes.

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  • Kathryn C.
  • 22-08-18

Thrilling

Do not start this book unless you have time to finish it. I am now a new fan of Jeff's books.