American Jackal: A Troy Stoker, M.D. Psychiatry Thriller
- The Troy Stoker, M.D. Psychiatry Thrillers, Book 1
- Narrated by: Bob Dunsworth
- Series: Troy Stoker, M.D., Book 1
- Length: 23 hrs and 55 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 06-09-15
- Language: English
- Publisher: Naoband, LLC
- Whispersync for Voice-ready
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In this confrontation with corruption, Ann Higgins stumbles into the underworld life of a high-ranking South Dakota statesman, and she catapults her psychiatrist, Troy Stoker, MD, into the conflict. When her chilling discovery threatens to devastate a politician's secret dominion, Ann ends up dangling from a makeshift noose and fighting for her survival while plunging Dr. Stoker even deeper into the battle of minds, muscles, and new tech.
Dr. Stoker enlists Errol Rivera, a fellow physician and military attaché, to help unravel the mystery and take on the challenges set before them. Together Stoker and Rivera use their brilliant intuition, psychiatric savvy, and military skills to pursue the veiled, corrupt politician and hunt down his criminal pack.
Still, Stoker is unaware that his Cuban-born, patriot friend, Rivera, is much more than a doctor with a hero's past. At his command Rivera unleashes an elite band of warriors who engage their training, guts, technology, and weaponry to confront the corruption.
Hold on and jump into this gritty thrill ride as the new hero, Troy Stoker, MD, emerges in an explosive new political and psychiatry thriller, American Jackal.
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Dannielle on 05-20-17
DO NOT BUY THIS BOOK!!
I bought this book based on the many, many good reviews....however, I should have paid closer attention to the bad reviews as they were closer to what this book actually was, bad.
I appreciate that someone sat down for hours to write this and applaud the same as I am not a writer. However, the great many good reviews makes me wonder what they heard...
The characters are simplistic and overblown in their respective roles. The plot is interesting, but not well developed. The political views and Obama bashing is too much. The psychological issues dealt with by the various characters are surface deep and appear to be simplified to reach simplistic readers.
I found a lot of this book to be condescending, simple, boring and transparent. I am an avid reader and listener, and while I appreciate the authors efforts, I have never rolled my eyes more than I have at this book.
I would never recommend this book to anyone.
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