Move to Strike : David Cavanaugh

  • by Sydney Bauer
  • Narrated by Bill Ten Eyck
  • Series: David Cavanaugh
  • 16 hrs and 7 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Perfect home, perfect family, perfect murder....
Doctor Jeffrey Logan, daytime TV's most loved psychologist, has a top-rating talk show seen around the world – and his picture-perfect life is completed by his talented lawyer wife, Stephanie Tyler, their 16-year-old daughter Chelsea, and 13-year-old J. T. But this image of domestic bliss is shattered when Stephanie is killed instantly by a bullet from a big-game rifle in the family's pristine Beacon Hill kitchen. The consequences of her death are catastrophic as Doctor Jeff confesses, despite all the evidence pointing decidedly towards his blood-spattered son.
Now Boston criminal defense attorney David Cavanaugh faces his most gruelling case to date, as fate steps in to see him appointed to represent the man charged with murdering his old law-school friend. Cavanaugh soon realizes that this family has a dark secret, but it may not be the one the popular Doctor Jeff insists on revealing to the world.
With the Logan children unwilling to reveal what really happened, and Doctor Jeff always one step ahead of his defense team, Cavanaugh must race to uncover the truth, before more lives, including those closest to him, are lost.

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What the Critics Say

"A perfect page-turner...Polished and suspenseful." (Australian Women's Weekly)

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Customer Reviews

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Disappointing - dont bother

The overall plot in this book is an interesting scenario. However the execution of the plot is appallingly bad. Many of us aspire to write a novel and I try to cut authors a bit of slack because they have got out there and done it - and because many of them improve along the way. What is difficult to overlook is an author who has been slack. This story has been ruined by an author who has not taken the time and effort to review the material and remove material which is wholly implausible. I regard this as a very poorly written and researched novel. The story is so implausible, relying on huge leaps of faith. I expect most readers would be disapointed and give up long before I did. Be interested to see if Sydney Bauer improves with his next effort.
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- Steven

not as good as I thought it would be

The voices for both female and male are the same. The reader tries tooooooooooooooo hard to be the other sex. It would be better if he didn't try so hard. Sounds much too forced. It's always a problem when a man tries to sound like a woman or a woman tries too hard to sound like a man. I am disappointed with this and tried to hold on to just the story but it is VERY hard to do so. Wish the reader could just be more honest in his voices as it distracts from the story line to such a degree and I had a hard time listening. This may be a good story, but the author really needs to consider with greater thought the voice who is presenting the story.
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- Judy

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-26-2010
  • Publisher: Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd