On the last day of his job, retiring IRS manager Frank Amato receives a shocking letter from a stranger delving into his past - one filled with sociopaths, murders, and terror Amato had fought to forget. After arriving home, he clutches the letter in his trembling hand as he digs out the manuscript he wrote years ago - the one he never published. Only he knows why. His heart rate skyrockets as he focuses on the title, Murder 1040: The Final Audit. This was his story. In fact, he was the main character, caught in a life-and-death struggle. He shivers, knowing the ghosts will taunt him as he revisits those pages. Thank God he's off the clock. For good.
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An unusual audit
A very original story. A twisted plot and solid character. Suspenseful and unexpected. An audit of oneself is hopefully less exciting as his, though for the book it was a great time. I was voluntarily provided this review copy audiobook at no charge by the author, narrator, and/or publisher.
I must have missed something
I did not enjoy this book at all. It is very rare that I give up on a book but I gave up somewhere in the middle of this book. I found it boring and so difficult to follow. I will be returning it.