Edge of Justice

  • by Clinton McKinzie
  • Narrated by Dan Abrams
  • 11 hrs and 31 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

In this gripping debut novel, Clinton McKinzie introduces us to Special Agent Antonio Burns, whose routine investigation into the accidental climbing death of a young woman turns into a murder chase that takes him to the heights of Wyoming's wild beauty and the depths of its criminal underworld. Burns is an original and complex hero: an experienced climber, a cop implicated in the shooting deaths of three gang-bangers, brother to a recovering drug-addict and convicted murderer. The case points toward some prominent community members, a fact the local law would rather cover up. But Burns can't let it drop. His toughness and integrity take him from the courtroom to a jaw-dropping chase scene, on an armed ascent up the highest alpine wall in the continental United States.


What the Critics Say

"This gets good marks for ringing a change or two on the chase thriller." (Publishers Weekly)
"McKinzie has talent: a sense of character and dialogue, the imagination to construct a unique and complex plot....Worth reading." (Booklist)


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

not just for climbers

I really enjoyed this book. A good detective thriller with plenty of action. Excellent character development; I actually cared about the lead character...plenty of "shawshank" moments. The climbing descriptions were well done and allow non-climbers to follow along.
Would like to see this authors other books in this series also offered by audible.
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- Peter

Great Book

This book was very fun to listen to on my daily walks. I would keep walking because I kept wanting to know what happened next. I love the climbing scenes and the feel of life in Wyoming. I hope Audible gets this author's other books because I'd get them all.
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- M. Stiehm

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-06-2004
  • Publisher: Books on Tape