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Summary

Family Reunion is a race-against-time thriller in which Jamie Carver must break through the wall of silence surrounding the illegal-immigrant community to save a family who don't even know they need saving. 

But can he succeed against an adversary as warped as any he has faced before? In eastern Europe, The Monster of Yereven has escaped the asylum and is heading here to arrange his long-planned Family Reunion

It won’t be a joyous affair. During his years in solitary, the country's most brutal mass murderer had plenty of time to plot his vengeance against the family that gave him up to the authorities, before fleeing for a new life elsewhere. 

Still haunted by past events, Detective Jamie Carver’s task is to find The Monster's family before he does. Two problems. One, no one knows who they are. Two, he’s barred from operational duties. But when a trail of bodies points to the killer closing in on his prey, Carver has no choice but to go rogue, even if it risks destroying everything he holds dear!

©2018 Robert F. Barker (P)2019 W. F. Howes Ltd

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Story good, Narration awful

But for having read the other l Jamie Carver books I would've discontinued reading. The narrator didn't seem to put much effort in at all, littered with mis-pronunciations.