Electing to Murder : McRyan Mysteries

  • by Roger Stelljes
  • Narrated by Johnny Peppers
  • Series: McRyan Mysteries
  • 12 hrs and 53 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Deep in Kentucky lake country, Wire hid behind an empty cabin in the pitch black night. She quickly realized she wasn't the only person carefully observing the secret late night meeting with night vision goggles when gun shots rang out... Ruthless killers...grizzly deaths...escalating stakes... A clandestine late night meeting in Kentucky, a murder in a seedy St. Paul motel, a mysterious investigator operating in the shadows and dueling political masterminds all collide to provide Mac McRyan with the ultimate test in Electing To Murder.

NYT and USA Today best-selling author, Roger Stelljes, delivers an action packed story that is the 4th book in the McRyan Mystery Series. Stelljes' vivid characters, his gift for gritty and real behind the scenes dialog as well as his uncanny sense of place and time, will put you in the middle of the action allowing you to feel the desperation of Mac McRyan and his fellow detectives.


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Would you listen to Electing To Murder again? Why?

I don't generally read or listen to books more than once. This one was very good though so I might consider it.

What other book might you compare Electing To Murder to and why?

Might be a mix between a Dan Brown book where there is a lot of action and a Grisham book for the story.

What does Johnny Peppers bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Mr. Peppers does excellent voices for the characters. He has a calming, smooth voice as the narrator.

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

Yes. I spent hours at a time listening and waiting for the time I could listen again.

Any additional comments?

Stelljes is a very good writer and Peppers bring his characters to life. A great partnership and I can't wait for the next one.

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- Heather

Good story but too politically biased

The plot was good and the storyline was equal to the other books in the series. The negatives were a few completely unnecessary diatribes on the Citizens United Supreme Court decision and the Left's/Hollywood's typical and easily anticipated boogie man. It was laughable how the author proclaims the main character, Mac, to be an independent, apolitical thinker, but the only reasonable politicians were those who share viewpoints with democrats. Disappointing.
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- RB22

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-14-2014
  • Publisher: Roger Stelljes