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In No Time To Die, Michael Collins is back at the Sunset Resort and Hostel with the other misfits and drop-outs. He reluctantly agrees to find a local boy's missing father and soon finds himself back in the United States, harassed by the local sheriff, hunted by the FBI, and trying to win the biggest lawsuit of his life against all odds.

J.D. Trafford is the winner of the National Legal Fiction Writing Award for Lawyers. Like John Grisham and D.W. Buffa, No Time To Die delivers another smart, page-turning legal thriller.

©2012 J.D. Trafford (P)2013 J.D. Trafford

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  • 08-05-19

Hard to follow and dull.

I only managed to listen to a couple of hours of this until I got bored. I also found the narrator one dimensional and couldn't follow the plot, waste of credits!!

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  • 30-05-21

BADaV awful sucks stinks poor long a no tax the byte Vyndamax time cut back yard

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  • 09-03-16

Quick "read"

The story was good if somewhat predictable. I did not like the reader's intonation.