It's a Bad, Bad, Bad, Bad World

  • by Curtis M. Lawson
  • Narrated by Fred Wolinsky
  • 5 hrs and 7 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

When the Vatican's top assassin, a Rhodesian merc, a pair of serial killer lovers, a dirty cop, and a professional sadist compete in a mad race for a pair of priceless magical artifacts, betrayal, theft, and murder are just the opening moves in a game of death.

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Awesome Dark Thriller

This book is hard to sum up into one category. It is a combination of dark thriller, police procedural and a little dark magic to tie it all together. I wasn't sure what to expect from this book, but it turned out to be a gem!! Everybody in the book is pretty much a bad guy, from the detective, to the Rhodesian Mercenary, and even the nun!! It's not very often you find yourself rooting for a bad guy, but this book actually makes you like some of the bad guys and want them to succeed. This book will take you on a wild thrilling ride through multiple lives all tied together with dark magic!

Fred is one of my favorite narrators! He has a vast amount of different voices and does an amazing job on the different accents in this book! I highly recommend this audiobook!
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- Cyndi

A wild thrill ride with a touch of Dark Magic!

This wild, funhouse ride of insanity has everything you could look for in an action/mild horror hybrid. A Rhodesian Mecenary with ethics (won't kill kids), a militant Catholic nun assassin of the Sisters Hospitallers (who'll kill anyone shes assigned to kill), a terminally ill pair of serial thrill killers, a guy who destroys peoples lives for cash, as well as dirty cops, junkies, pervs, and a pair of knives that once belonged to Vlad the Impaler and Jack the Ripper that have a twisted dark magic. As you can imagine, everybody wants to get a hold of the knives and the power they hold. With an interesting cast of characters, excellent dialogue, some quirky plot twists, crazy action and horror touches, this book will appeal to a wide range of readers. I can't wait to see where the Author goes from here.
As far as narration, this is the first time I've heard Fred Wolinski and he did a great job with this one. Multiple accents, male and female, and he nailed them all, especially the Rhodesian, not an easy accent, and the Nun. His narration voice has a lilt to it, not something you hear every day. I cant recommend this Audiobook highly enough!
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- Steve H. Caldwell "Book Maniac"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-10-2017
  • Publisher: Curtis M. Lawson