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Private eye Noah Braddock has finally found peace in his once tumultuous relationship with Detective Liz Santangelo and has called a tentative truce with his alcoholic mother, Carolina. So when lawyer Darcy Gill demands that he look into a hopeless death row case, he's more interested in catching some waves before San Diego's rare winter weather takes hold. Then Darcy plays her trump card: the man scheduled to die - convicted of killing two men in cold blood - is the father Noah never knew.
©2011 Jeff Shelby (P)2012 Audible, Inc.
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By Bonnie Dale Keck on 08-22-17

Liquid Smoke

Would you listen to Liquid Smoke again? Why?

No, but that's because don't have time to relisten to anything.

What did you like best about this story?

The fact that it was kindle unlimited AND came with the audio, that was great.

What does Seth Michael Donsky bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Well obviously the audio part was different and you can LITERALLY hear the characters, and it sort of reminded me of the Mike Hammer stories, which I liked on tv, particularly because could listen while doing something else.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

I have no idea.

Any additional comments?

Kindle Unlimited {lot of this writer's is no longer ku} AND this one came with audio as well. Overall liked the story telling and so on, did see some reviews {after read it} saying they didn't like the ending etc, well I don't like what happens/ending of a lot of stories even fairy tales but that is neither here nor there on whether it was a decent enough story. Felt it dragged in spots while sped up past others with not much detail, but maybe that was just me. Oh, as far as 'language' I don't' care, not when it's not obvious {out of place} so since didn't particularly notice any, it wasn't.<br/><br/>The third novel in the Noah Braddock series!<br/>Private eye Noah Braddock has finally found peace in his once tumultuous relationship with Detective Liz Santangelo and has called a tentative truce with his alcoholic mother, Carolina. So when lawyer Darcy Gill demands that he look into a hopeless death row case, he's more interested in catching some waves before San Diego's rare winter weather takes hold. Then Darcy plays her trump card: the man scheduled to die—convicted of killing two men in cold blood—is the father Noah never knew.

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