• Hallways in the Night

  • By: R.C. O'Leary
  • Narrated by: Steven Jay Cohen
  • Length: 9 hrs and 58 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 08-01-14
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Haywood Street Press
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars 4.6 (18 ratings)

Regular price: $19.95

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Publisher's Summary

When a veteran cop tries to arrest baseball's home run king, one of them ends up on trial and the other one ends up dead.
A routine stakeout is almost over when Dave Mackno decides to pursue a speeding Porsche. It's a decision that will have deadly consequences. That's because the Porsche is being driven by Remo Centrella, baseball's home run king, who is half-drunk and at the tail-end of a steroid cycle that makes him think he's bulletproof.
There's no way Remo is going to let a no-name cop arrest him. Especially since the woman in his car has a fresh welt underneath her eye.
For Atlanta Barons owner Ray Manning, the timing of the shooting couldn't be worse. With his oil company on the verge of a financial death spiral, he's running out of cash, and his investment bankers at Cohen, Wolfe are lining up to take full advantage of his situation. He's now in desperate need of the kind of justice that only money can buy.
©2014 R.C. O'Leary (P)2014 R.C. O'Leary
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5 out of 5 stars
By Karen on 09-03-14

Just when you think you know how it will end...

Disclosure: I received this audiobook in return for an honest review

Take one professional sports star, a cheating wife, an old school cop, an ambitious district attorney, a late night shooting and what do you get? Those characters and that scenario form the foundation of R. C. O'Leary's Hallways in the Night. Just when you think you know what happened, the story unfolds yet again and you realize everything you thought was true and certain, wasn't. What initially seems straightforward is later found to be multi-faceted and complex. I wasn't sure how the story would end and didn't want to put it down. The narration adds wonderful nuance and ambience to the story. I was impressed by the variety of accents voiced by Mr. Cohen and their authenticity. This was a very interesting listen and I recommend it anyone who enjoys crime / legal thrillers.

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2 of 2 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By bec on 09-03-14

A really good story

Bec's review Sep 02, 14 · edit
5 of 5 stars
bookshelves: gifted-for-review, reviewed
Read from August 31 to September 03, 2014

This book was gifted to me by the narrator in return for an honest and timely review.

The story grabbed from the beginning, it drew me in and I did not want to stop listening.

Atlanta, Detective Dave Mackno is on the third night of a tedious stakeout in the city. A Porsche is driven erratically through the street, the driver is restraining a woman.

The gripping story begins! The driver of the Porsche is a baseball star, he is aggressive, he and Dave get into a fight which culminates in Dave shooting the star.
The plot flies along and is full of surprising twists and turns through the murky world of politics, racism and the legal system. This book lacked the tedium of the never ending legal intricacies and long winded speechifying that, to me, signifies a legal thriller.
I really enjoyed the ending, which, in itself held a surprise.

The narration by Steven Jay Cohen was excellent, he acts the role of each character in such a way that the listener is easily able to identify each one. His voice has a pleasing rhythm and pace which added to my enjoyment of the story.

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4 of 5 people found this review helpful

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