Working as a journalist at a small weekly paper in rural Idaho, Cal Murphy begins losing his big city dreams of writing for a metro paper. His passion is reignited after three high school star athletes are found dead in a 24-hour period. As he and fellow photographer Kelly Mendoza attempt to make sense of bizarre circumstances that led to the teens' deaths, Cal makes a chilling discovery, uncovering a vast conspiracy that grows darker with every twist and turn.
With a mastermind determined to silence Cal and Kelly for good, the young reporters ultimately must decide if their lives are worth the risk to reveal the truth.
What listeners say about Dead Shot
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- Julia K. Dollahite
Great story, great reader
This was a great listen, bug the title is wrong. whoops! It has the title of one book, and is announced as another! But is was a great listen!
Don't waste a credit (or money) on this audiobook
Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?
No, this was a waste of time, and I was not able to finish the audiobook = narrator was not good. It sounded like this was the first time he read the book.
Would you recommend Dead Shot to your friends? Why or why not?
No, I would not recommend the audiobook to anyone. I need to try the Kindle or paperback version so I can at least get through the story.
Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Sonny Dufault?
Anyone would be a better narrator. Bill Cooper has done other books. Or Ron McLarty does and excellent job voice-acting for audiobooks.
Could you see Dead Shot being made into a movie or a TV series? Who should the stars be?
I honestly don't know. I only got through chapter 46 before I gave up, deleted the book, and considered the credit used as a lost/lesson learned.
Any additional comments?
My wife listened to two chapters and asked "is this a kids' book? It sounds like he's reading to elementary school children".
I had difficulty telling which character was speaking since the narrator's vocal inflections were virtually identical.