• by Wayne Thomas Batson
  • Narrated by Brandon McKernan
  • 13 hrs and 6 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Protector and punisher…
Hunter and hunted…
Down-to-earth and otherworldly…
John Spector, aka GHOST, isn’t your ordinary investigator.
He carries a shiny badge, a billfold ID, and a mysterious silver suitcase. His mission? Seek the forgotten ones, the abandoned ones, the ones no one else can or will help. Visit blunt force trauma upon the world’s blackest souls and deny the devil his day by any means necessary. And never stop. Never.
For more than a decade, the "Smiling Jack" killer has been posting photos of his victims on the Web, daring anyone to catch him, daring anyone to care. But when no missing person files match and no victims are ever found, the FBI closes the case.
Years later, a digital camera washes up on shore, and GHOST finds it. Each macabre photo becomes a clue that will lead GHOST and FBI Special Agent Deanna Rezvani on the trail of one of the most diabolical killers of this world…or beyond.
"No one gets away with murder. Not for long."
NOTE: This audiobook is intended for mature reading audiences. The appropriate listener age is: 16+


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Anti-Abortion Urban Fantasy

Would you be willing to try another book from Wayne Thomas Batson? Why or why not?

I definitely would not be willing to listen to another book by this author.

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

Regardless of the subject mater I though the narrator did a wonderful job.

Any additional comments?

I don't even know where to begin. It harps endlessly on abortion and uses urban fantasy as a thin disguise.

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- Kindle Customer

This book has a hidden agenda

This book was clearly written to push the author’s opinions on abortion and gays. The book starts off well, but it soon starts preaching the authors clear views on abortion. I buy books to enjoy good stories, and I don't want the author pushing their points of views down my throat. It's okay if the author has an opinion, and it's okay to write a book about those opinions, but don't try and disguise your intentions.
I will be asking audible for my money back.
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- Ben

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-11-2014
  • Publisher: wayne thomas batson