Slay Ride : Christopher Miller Holiday Thriller

  • by Chris Grabenstein
  • Narrated by Jeff Woodman
  • Series: Christopher Miller Holiday Thriller
  • 8 hrs and 6 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Scott Wilkinson is a successful young advertising executive on his way to the top. Christopher Miller is an FBI legend who has been willing to do whatever it takes to see that justice is done. However, at age 50, he's ready to spend more time with his family.Two weeks before Christmas, Wilkinson goes on a routine business trip that will forever entangle their two lives. It starts like so many others. Wilkinson calls for a car service to take him to the airport. But the driver of Lincoln Town Car 716 is late. When he finally shows up, he drives like a maniac, and Wilkinson feels fortunate to reach the airport alive.
Then he makes a big mistake. He calls the limousine company to complain. Customer Service assures him that the bad driver will be "dealt with". Nicolai Kyznetsoff looks and sounds like all the anonymous others who whisk successful executives back and forth to the airport every day, but the man behind the wheel of Car 716 is something much more sinister: an avenging dark angel who will stop at nothing to wreak revenge on the one man he holds responsible for ruining his life.

More

See More Like This

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Disappointing

I listened to this book after Tilt-A-Whirl. Where TAW was written in a Carl Hyancinth style with characters that were entertaining this book tried to be more "realistic" . The result was for me the typical formula thriller. The characters were stereotypical, the dialog was atrocious, the story moved slowly. While I would recommend TAW to anyone who is a fan of Christopher Moore, Carl Hyacinth, this one should be left on the shelf (virtual shelf)
Read full review

- Robert A. Lupella "Dog Lover"

Fantastic!

I loved this book – I almost didn't get it because I had never listed to this author/reader - I'm so thrilled I listened to the sample and gave the book a try. As other reviewers have said - it can be quite dark and gruesome in some parts but very funny in others - oh, and not very PC in some - but I like the fact the author didn't back down. I’m going to check out the other 3 books by this author and see if they come close – they have the same narrator (and I plan on seeing what else this narrator has done – he’s fantastic!)
Read full review

- Sherry L. Wright

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-01-2006
  • Publisher: Audible Studios