Fate of the Union : Reeder and Rogers

  • by Max Allan Collins, Matthew V. Clemens
  • Narrated by Dan John Miller
  • Series: Reeder and Rogers
  • 8 hrs and 21 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

When a retired colleague dies of an apparent suicide, ex - Secret Service agent Joe Reeder knows there must be far more to the story. Why did the man leave a desperate message for Reeder moments before dying? And what could possibly make such a seasoned veteran fear for his life?
FBI Special Agent Patti Rogers has a mystery of her own to solve: she's leading a task force investigating a brutal series of similar but seemingly unconnected murders across the DC area. Are they serial killings or something even more sinister?
Could Reeder and Rogers be tracking down different facets of the same conspiracy? And how do the continued assassination attempts on a presidential hopeful figure into an unprecedented attack on the heart of government?
The answers to these questions are uncovered in this riveting sequel to the bestselling Supreme Justice.


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Customer Reviews

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Another good conspiracy story! Great Narration.

I sure do like these conspiracy stories. Very intriguing and surprising.

I really like Joe Reeder's character a lot. I also like Patti Rogers. This was a good mystery and some killings. I don't want to say too much here because I don't want to give away any spoilers.

The story line and plot is good, there is a lot of dialogue and the story is well written and easy to follow along and not be confused. There is always something going on so it's not full of filler nonsense. If you like conspiracy mystery's you will enjoy this series.

As for the narration, I really like Dan John Miller. He does a good job on the female voices and Joe Reeder's voice sounds sexy. He has a nice reading voice and is enjoyable to listen to. I am going to read the last book in this series.
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- Tracy T

Great series and narration..

So, the second book had the same people as the third (which I read first) and some of them die in the third book so this was kind of crazy to me to read about people who were already dead. You really can’t read the third book then go backwards. If there had been three different stories with three sets of characters it would have been better.

I think this might have been my favorite one of the three. The mystery lasted longer than the others’ did and at 89% they still didn’t know who the blond killer was. The readers did, but his name was all you knew. You had no idea who he worked for or why he killed Adam Benjamin’s entire protection detail. It was fun trying to figure it all out before the end. It was interesting the chase to find and stop the bad guy from blowing up the Capitol building on the night of the State of the Union address. There were about 350 people in the building and it would have killed everyone, if Reeder hadn’t stopped him.

I’m sure the author saw something in making the main FBI agent, Patti Rogers, gay or bi-sexual, and then becoming interested in a transvestite, but if you’re not filling the book with sex what’s the point? And there is NO sex in these books. That part of the storyline filled the books with pages but they were unnecessary pages. IMO..

Again, as with the other two books, there was a LOT of head shots and blood and brain matter. You have to be NOT bothered by that kind of thing to really enjoy these books.

Like I said, no sex. But the F-bomb was used 14 times.

AS to the narration: Dan John Miller did a really great job on all these books, both in voices and emotions.

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- Trish R.

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-10-2015
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio