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Three complete novels. Books 10, 11 and 12. 

The Harry Starke saga continues - more than 1,000 five and four-star reviews. Now you can continue the ride: almost 900 pages of murder, mystery, sex, corruption, and revenge, all the ingredients for three mind blowing thrillers. 

From the lightning-paced quest for revenge by an assassin hired by Harry's arch enemy in Calaway Jones, to the hunt for an ingenious serial killer in Emoji, to murder, sex, and alternative lifestyles in Hoodwinked, they will keep you listening late into the night - you won't be able to put them down! Anyone who is a fan of Harlan Coben, Lee Child, or Tami Hoag, will love these latest stories in the Amazon best-selling Harry Starke series.

©2018 Blair Howard (P)2018 Blair Howard

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  • Matt
  • 02-08-18

These Never Disapoint

I have listened to every Harry Starke book starting with number 1. They are all good. Maybe some day the author will run out of new ideas and the series will get stale, but it sure hasn’t happened yet.
The narrator has been the same since #1 and I can’t imagine anyone better at being Harry at this point. Looking forward to the next one.

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  • itinerant
  • 14-07-18

like muzak

The narrator does this no favors: he reads well enough, but the delivery and the attempt to make a southern accent makes the already banal characters and dialogue even flatter and less interesting and engaging. It's clear the author can just churn this stuff out endlessly, which is not a good recommendation at all: it's glib and easy and deals with cliches, not to mention veering toward romance while avoiding any difficult concepts or questions.

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