Every Crooked Path : Patrick Bowers

  • by Steven James
  • Narrated by Richard Ferrone
  • Series: Patrick Bowers
  • 15 hrs and 26 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Who is the Piper?
Special Agent Patrick Bowers returns in an electrifying prequel to the Bowers Chess series from critically acclaimed, national best-selling novelist Steven James.
A mysterious suicide and a series of abductions draw Patrick into a web of intrigue involving an international conspiracy where no one is who they appear to be and the stakes have never been higher. Soon Patrick discovers that the secret to stopping the Piper's current crime spree lies in unlocking answers from an eight-year-old cold case - and the only way to do that is by entering the terrifying world of the conspirators himself.
Dark, probing, and chilling, Every Crooked Path takes an unflinching look at the world of today's cybercrimes and delves into a parent's worst nightmare as it launches a new chapter of Patrick Bowers thrillers.

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Could not stop listening- Excellent!!


This is my first Steven James/Pat Bowers book and OMG I am so glad I found this. I could not stop listening. I get up at 5:30am and by 5:35am I was plugged back in and listening again! I will most certainly be purchasing book one after this (since this prequel is actually the last in the series).
Anyway, l was a little hesitant about this based on some of the reviews. Let me begin by saying I find anything to do with children being abused reprehensible however I do realize that it exists. I also realize that this is fiction and take it for what it is. I'm not particularly fond of murder or terrorists either but continue to read books dealing with those subjects as well.
This book has so much going for it. Child abductions that span a 10 year period. The children are used and abused for months and then their bodies are left where they can easily be found close to their home. There are some messed up adults who are working out their own abusive pasts and unstable futures. But basically it's just plain old good vs evil.
The ending is completely unpredictable and blew me away. I can't say anymore or I would spoil it for anyone who wants to read this.
Richard Ferrone does a fantastic job narrating. His voice is perfect for this type of character since in my mind I already associate him with Lucas Davenport (John Sanford).
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
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- shelley

Worth the credit and the time to listen

I really got into this book and almost quit because of the subject matter, but the writer reeled me in because the story was so interesting with all the ins and outs. Bad guys, and good guys. Then there are good then gad while others are bad ...good.....and back to bad.
The main character is well Done and the daughter of the girlfriend is a study in teen attitude.
A well constructed story with lots of little thrill rides along the way!
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- Allen Anthony

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-01-2015
  • Publisher: Recorded Books