Cop Killer

  • by Ryne Douglas Pearson
  • Narrated by Charles Hinckley
  • 9 hrs and 39 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Danny Owen. A hard-charging detective who thrives on the thrill of the chase, the danger in the catch. His life is the street. Dark alleys and vicious crimes fill his every waking moment, and often his dreams. Until tragedy turns his world upside down.
Transferred to District One, considered the tamest slice of the city, Danny is partnered with veteran detective Jack James, a cool and methodical investigator whose near legendary tenure is considered pivotal in creating the District's peaceful environment. But even shining cities have their shadows, and the new partners find themselves facing a cold and calculating killer. One who might be avenging angel, or simply atoning for their own sins.
As Danny and Jack identify and close in on their suspect, the bounds of right and wrong, justice and vengeance, begin to blur. So much so that one detective begins to doubt just who is adversary, and who is ally.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Great New Narrator

Where does Cop Killer rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

Very high, a lot of unexpected twists and turns. Great character building and the story was very believable. Easy to listen to; great narrator.

What other book might you compare Cop Killer to and why?

Actual it's a great story that's unique in my opinion. Normal cop stuff but the story line was unique.

What about Charles Hinckley’s performance did you like?

His voice is deep. He was really able to build suspense in the cadence of his voice. My pet peeve is when male narrators can't do women well, but he did an excellent job. He also was able to give all characters their own voice, so you could easily follow the dialogue.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?


Any additional comments?

I hope to see more books narrated by Charles Hinckley.

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- JoAnn

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-19-2013
  • Publisher: Schmuck & Underwood