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Runaway Town

Narrated by: Michael Page
Series: Eoin Miller, Book 2
Length: 6 hrs and 37 mins
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Detective Eoin Miller’s last case nearly cost him his life - and he’s got the scars to prove it. He wants out of the game for good, but convincing crime boss Veronica Gaines is easier said than done. She has a pressing matter that needs handling…and Eoin is just the man to do it. A rapist is targeting immigrant girls, girls who know all too well just how little help an outsider can expect from the local police. As an ex-cop who was shunned for his half-gypsy blood, Eoin knows it too. There’s just one problem: Veronica isn’t paying for an arrest. She’s paying for a kill.

Public Domain (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, Inc.

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  • Wayne
  • 22-02-17

Interesting suspense novel; interesting series

In the Eoin Miller series Eoin (pronounced owen) Miller is a different type of protagonist in than we are accustomed to. Sure, he is not without conscience like Victor the Assassin in Tom Wood's wonderful series or Michael Shaeffer (the Butcher's Boy) in Thomas Perry's great series or even Noah Wolf on David Archer's fantastic series. Eoin knows right from wrong; he is just a shiftless alcoholic bumbler who is lucky enough to surrounded by people who are less amoral than he. It makes for very good listening!

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  • Brett McAteer
  • 20-08-19

Awesome!

Another captivating book in the series. I really enjoyed the depth of family dynamics in this installment. The fact that he's a Frank Turner fan makes it even better.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 14-07-19

What the what!!!

The new performer, not Adams Fault, took a few chapters ro sink with me noggin, but once it did!!!

Still these books lead me down memory lane with the musical references!

Also this serries has made me gain 10 stone from all the talk of food!

Besides that this is another wonderful peice of crime pulp you must give a listen to!

A realy good hard hitting crime novel should bring up issues in society with a supervsive sub text like, we are all human why are we suck dick to each other before we know each other. Once we know the we are both dick we can hate each other but that has nothing to do with sexual preference, color of you skin or if you genitalia is an inny or an outy.

Also the protagonist is a real noir antihero he is left more f'ed up then John Mclain at the end of Die Hard in the last book and ain't must better now.

Another wonderful novel!