Cut & Run : The Rachel Scott Adventures

  • by Traci Hohenstein
  • Narrated by Angela Dawe
  • Series: The Rachel Scott Adventures
  • 5 hrs and 30 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Something sinister is going down in the Big Easy: after his family disappears in the heart of the city, Matt O’Malley turns up at a truck stop with a concussion, unable to remember who attacked him or where his wife and two children are. As suspicions of his involvement ripple through his hometown, Matt tries desperately to piece together what happened.
Florida Omni Search founder Rachel Scott is determined to bring the rest of the O’Malley family home safely. But when a fisherman pulls a severed arm out of a muddy swamp, she knows the investigation needs to ramp up before the case takes an even grimmer turn. With partner Red Cooper, Rachel takes to the mysterious streets of New Orleans to uncover the truth. Along the way, she digs up a shocking revelation behind her own daughter’s disappearance - one that could alter the course of a grueling search that has spanned five long years.

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Great!

I made the mistake of buying book 3 first so I've never read the first two and I applaud the author because I had no problem keeping up with the story. Rachel owns and runs Florida Omni Search where he assists police in finding missing persons. This is especially important to her after losing her daughter Mallory who was abducted when she was just 3 years old. Rachel chases ghosts and follows leads but none bring her closer to finding her daughter.

In this book Matt is assaulted, hit in the head then his wife is killed and children abducted. Rachel's job is to assist him in finding his children and who did the crime. It's a clever story with a great plot that builds at a steady pace.

The only part of this book that didn't fit or caught me off guard was the narrator had a northern U.S. accent and the story takes place in the southern U.S. It was difficult to imagine them eating boiled peanuts and speaking as if they lived in the north. Otherwise Angela Dawe is a good narrator.

For anyone who loves a good mystery this is a book to read or listen to.
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- Erika

Good enough to get me to read the next novel...

...in the Rachel Scott series. This interesting and entertaining private detective book is a quick listen. The novel is quite different from most private detective mysteries. My only complaint is the whiny voice of narrator Angela Dawe. The next book is the series uses a much better narrator. I just completed listening to this book. The plot is one I will long remember.
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- Wayne

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-02-2013
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio