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Publisher's Summary

In Fade to Black, the thrilling audiobook sequel to Blackout from David Rosenfelt, policeman Doug Brock helps a fellow victim of amnesia untangle a murder case and discovers he may not be as distant as he thinks.
After getting shot in the line of duty, New Jersey state police officer Doug Brock has been busy rebuilding his life. He's reunited with his fiancé and started to get some of his memories back. He hopes he can continue to recover with the help of an amnesia support group and that the damage from his past isn't permanent.
It isn't until fellow group member Sean Conner approaches him after a meeting that Doug realizes the trouble is just beginning. Sean has discovered in his attic what can only be called a scrapbook of a murder victim, but he has no recollection of the girl's identity or why he might have gathered this information.
Doug agrees to help and convinces his captain to open what had been a cold case. When he discovers that he had a personal connection to this case, suddenly he's questioning everything he thought he knew about the case, about Sean, and about his own past.
In the next thrilling audiobook by David Rosenfelt, Doug Brock is back to delight listeners and keep them guessing until the end.
©2018 Tara Productions, Inc. (P)2018 Macmillan Audio
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Critic Reviews

"Narrator Fred Berman portrays a tough cop in this first-person thriller. As Berman maintains a good pace, his performance of the character's strong will and wry sense of humor is excellent and believable.... Berman's narration is a good match with the story, hitting the humor with well-placed timing to break up the building tension." (AudioFile)
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5 out of 5 stars
By lorial89 on 06-18-18

Good story but the reader makes it great.

I love David Rosenfelt’s Andy Carpenter series and when I ran out of those I tried this. It was just as good. Likeable characters, intriguing plot with some humor thrown in make it a very enjoyable read. The narrator is one of the best I’ve heard with a different voice for each character and some great New Jersey accents. He does a wonderful job on women’s voices too making it a great listen as well.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Linda on 05-26-18

Mon names hard to follow, needed a flowchart

if figure a way to track gang s and names story would have been more enjoyable. narrator is very authentic.

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