AT Bay : Redemption Thriller Series

  • by John W. Mefford
  • Narrated by Jodie Bentley
  • Series: Redemption Thriller Series
  • 8 hrs and 16 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Alexandra Giordano never knew she had it so good, until it was all gone in an instant. As she begins her daunting quest to uncover the black spots on her memory, what she finds isn't sweet or charming or even pleasant. And that's when she begins to question everything, including herself. Her work as a Special Agent for the FBI is only a distraction, serving as a mental metronome...anything to crank the gears of her feeble mind. And then it happens - a bizarre, ritualistic murder. She loses herself in her work, fully immersed in the investigation. Unable to recall even her own kids, she's somehow able to formulate coherent theories on what type of person could pull off such a sickening act. As her mind slowly plugs a few memory gaps, her emotions are scrambled by the reality of her worlds colliding. And the resulting explosion tears her in two. Can she pick up all the incendiary fragments to solve the twisted crime while she clings to some semblance of sanity? One woman can only keep so much...At Bay.


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Customer Reviews

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Thrilling adventure introducing a new series

What did you love best about AT Bay?

Thrilling adventure. While Alex Troutt can drive you crazy at times since she constantly plows forward no matter what the consequence might be of her actions, the story eventually brings it all together and the team is able to perform as a unit and solve the crime.

Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?

Serial murder mysteries are facinating and I love how this author weaves in the clues, the forensics, and the actions of the main characters to form a cohesive track to solving the case and finding the murderer.

Have you listened to any of Jodie Bentley’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

Yes. I am impressed with her performance and how she differentiates between the various characters.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

Just frustration at times due to Alex's pig-headedness. Although it is actually a part of her character, she seems to resolve it for the most part and can work successfully with the rest of her "team" to solve the case.

Any additional comments?

Highly recommend this series. I look forward to more.

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- Betsy

Mefford cones to life!

I had read the book and loved it but hearing the performance puts a new and unique twist to an already awesome story! Love Alex!!
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- Moosey

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-24-2016
  • Publisher: John W. Mefford