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You've heard this story before: a guy supposedly kills himself, but his best friend can't accept it. He calls in an investigator he knows to take a second look, certain there's more going on. 

I'm the investigator. Secret Service Agent Sean Avery. The guy who called me? My ex, Vice President Jonathan Sharp. And the guy he doesn't believe put a bullet in his brain? 

That was President Steven Baker. 

The deeper I dig, the more things fall apart. I've got a dead president inside a locked room. A hidden note. A secret gun. A missing CIA officer. 

And no one I can trust. 

Now Jonathan's in the crosshairs, and if I don't figure out what really happened that night at Camp David, the love of my life might be the next president to die. 

This M/M romantic suspense features smoldering forbidden love and a May/December second chance romance that ignites.

©2021 Tal Bauer (P)2021 Tal Bauer

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Tal Bauer is a master storyteller

"I've yet to read a book by this author that I wouldn't give 5* plus. He just has a way of pulling you into a book with the opening pages and this was no exception.
It starts with Sean, a Secret Service agent patrolling the grounds of Camp David during a G8 summit. He's thinking back to the last G8 summit, 1 year ago when things went horribly wrong for him, what? we are not told at this time.
Enjoy these quiet moments with Sean's musings because, once a gunshot is heard, it is fast paced and completely engaging as you try to work out what really happened and what had Sean so distressed with his memories of 1 year ago."

The above was my review after reading the eBook and I couldn't wait for the audio-book, however, I think I prefer the former. I really like John as a narrator of Tal's books but he can be a little over-dramatic at times and occasionally the voices blurred into one, so I was unsure who was speaking. I was happy with his interpretation of Sean's voice but not so much with Jonathan. And, please don't get me started on the "British" accent

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  • 08-11-21

Amazingly good

This is such a fantastic listen, I could not put it down. John Solo's narration is always spot on and I'm never disappointed. This was my first book of Tal Bauer's but it won't be my last. Action, intrigue, espionage, romance, it has it all, I could not get enough. If you want a light fluffy read this book is not for you.

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  • Jim Lee
  • 28-11-21

Alpha Male On Estrogen

When I read the synopsis I thought it sounded like a great thriller BUT: The protagonist Alpha Male spent as much of the book as I could take talking out his insecure feeling. The thriller took a backseat to simpering whining watered down sex scenes that were less about man on man sex then the Alpha’s feelings. An Alpha being torn over feelings is true fiction. An alpha leaves feelings to their submissives and subordinates. Key prefix there is “sub”. When it came to the unbelievable discussion about a “Safe Word “ I gave up. I’ve read several of this authors works that I really enjoyed, sadly this one wasn’t among them.

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  • Karri
  • 15-11-21

Love this Book!! Narrator.....NOPE!

I've read this book twice on Kindle and absolutely loved it. I admit I made a suggestion to Mr. Bauer on who I believed would do this book justice in narrating. Well, we got Mr. Solo...again. He was soooooo over the top I had to stop listening several times. It was laughable. Mr. Bauer is a wonderful writer, but jeez take a walk on the wild side and use a different narrator. Christian Fox, Aaron Sherlock, Troy Duran, Sean Crisden, Teddy Hamilton, Jacob Morgan, Kirt Graves and my fav. JF Harding. Anyone of these men would have knocked this book out of the park.

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  • Cyle Johnson
  • 28-10-21

Great book! Except John solo reading

Great book was captivating with the story. I will never buy another book read by John solo. He is a book reader not a Narrator. I really want a refund because of that.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 27-10-21

One of the Best of the Year

‘The Night Of’ is not only one of the best books I read and listened to in 2021, but in many years. The story is well-plotted, fast-paced, and believable. The relationship ‘drama’ between Secret Service Agent Avery and Vice President Sharp is completely believable and handled with incredible deftness by Mr. Bauer. Not once did the story or situations feel heavy-handed or contrived. The narration by Mr. Solo is top notch. Once again he does not disappoint. Neither does Mr. Bauer. Romantic suspense and story-telling at its very best.