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Publisher's Summary

Ready to move on from her broken engagement, Casey Cort is excited for her first real date with Miles Siegel. Their dinner is interrupted by a call from the FBI. The two rush to the scene of a crime the magnitude of which neither can fathom: someone is keeping women and children in a storage container.
Miles Siegel hopes solving and prosecuting the case of the 'women in the container' will redeem him in the eyes of his colleagues. But Sledge Hammer, the criminal mastermind behind the trafficking ring, remains elusive. What Miles and Casey don't suspect is that their budding relationship will be tested by their fierce alliances to their respective sides. Can a prosecutor and a defense attorney put aside their differences for the greater good?
In this continuation of the Casey Cort series, Sylvie Fox - a former trial lawyer in Cleveland - weaves a tale that blends the best of today's top legal thrillers with the heart and soul of women's fiction, in a story ripped from real-world headlines.
©2015 Sylvie Fox (P)2016 Sylvie Fox
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2 out of 5 stars
By Lynn on 03-17-18

Disappointed

Would you try another book from Aime Austin and/or Machelle Williams?

No.

What was most disappointing about Aime Austin’s story?

The premise was promising, however the book ended abruptly with too many loose ends. There was so much more of the plot that needed to be sorted out, and the characters seem to be one-dimensional.

What didn’t you like about Machelle Williams’s performance?

The narrator did not try to change her voice enough for the different characters. When coming back to the book, I could not tell who was speaking. Either different narrators could have been used or another narrator with a greater vocal range.

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4 out of 5 stars
By April H. on 09-15-16

In Plain Sight: A Casey Cort Novel, Book 3



“This audiobook was given by the narrator at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review."


TThis is book 3 in the series, but the first I've listened to. I found the lack of chapter headings a bit confusing as there are multiple POV's. The basic plot gives the listener a lot of suspense, drama, and a coming of age story. I might of been less confused if I had read or listened to the first two books.



The narration was well done.The characters were well portrayed. Machelle Williams is a pleasure to listen to.

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