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When the company fires her husband, they're not sending him off with a severance check. He'll get a bullet in the head, plus one for her and their son Tucker. She can either lie down and die, or take action to stop it.
Virginia will have to take matters into her own hands and find a way to gain some leverage. Because she's not going to be a pawn in their game any longer. But when she learns the deception goes much deeper than she had originally thought, her plan threatens to tumble to the ground. How can she protect her son and find her way out of this mess?
This thrilling conclusion to The Whistleblower Saga jumps back in time 20 years to show you how it all began.... and the answers will surprise you!
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By Rhonda on 06-20-17
Ok story but it didn't keep my interest
Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?
No, I loved the first three books but this one bored me. There was nothing that sucked me into the story.
Would you be willing to try another book from Jim Heskett? Why or why not?
Yes, I would. I wanted to listen to this one because I really enjoyed the first three. Mr. Heskett is a good writer so I would be willing to try another of his books.
Would you listen to another book narrated by Scott Ellis?
Was Strike the Match worth the listening time?
I had a hard time getting through this book. It was not my type of story and the characters did little to help so it didn't hold my interest.
Any additional comments?
I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.
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By Norma Miles on 07-16-17
"Love waits for no one."
The Whistleblower Trilogy is wonderful but leaves the reader with certain questions. This book, a complete stand alone thriller in it's own right, addresses these queries and provides a far deeper understanding of the characters involved. The author has been clever in giving us this prequel after the original series as, if read first, much of the mysteriousness of the earlier books would be lost. So potential readers/ listeners beware: do not read this until afterwards.
This is a good thriller, lots of action, well written dialogue and all is beautifully performed, as he always does, by the narrator, Scott Ellis. All of his voicings of individual characters, male and female, are distinctively different and appropriate and the text is read clearly, perfectly paced, with just the right tonal touch of emotion. He is a pleasure to hear: that the story is a good one is a bonus.
An absolute must for all who have already read the Whistleblower Trilogy - For those who have not yet had that pleasure - don't delay, get it now.
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