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Publisher's Summary

Someone wants Clint Masters to suffer. Someone will burn down the city to get revenge.
Clint's tech company makes devices that manage the city's infrastructure, making him a respected member of Boston's elite-until one of his products causes a deadly accident.
Using unbreakable encryption, the devices are supposed to be safe from hackers. But as fatalities mount across the city, people question the randomness of the attacks. Isn't Clint the only man who could unleash such destruction?
But the CIA allowed a madman to go free, and Clint's under a gag order from their last confrontation. While the public accuses him of inflicting terror, he's not allowed to reveal the truth about the tragedies. As his CIA contacts discover, not everyone at the Agency wants to expose the killer.
Amid city-wide panic, the public demands Clint's arrest. He must choose.
Does he go on the run to find the real terrorist or watch from a jail cell while his city burns?
©2015 Domino INK (P)2016 Domino INK
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5 out of 5 stars
By Barry C Bryant on 10-25-17

Quite enjoyable

I listened to this book out of order so it was good to fill in the blanks. Another good read from Nolan.

"I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review."

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4 out of 5 stars
By Lori on 04-10-17

Worth your time

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Great addition to the series. Another well written, on the edge of your seat story. This installment was just as enjoyable and entertaining as the first book. The story picks up shortly after where the first book ended. The plot is constantly moving forward at pretty fast pace while weaving a creative and engaging story full of action, intrigue and suspense.

This is the second book in the series and while technically you could read it as a standalone, it will make much more sense if you start at the beginning. Even I went back and refreshed my memory with the first book before starting this one. There is a lot of history between Todd and Clint that is setup/takes place in the first story that continues to build in this book.

A technological invention that was meant to be used in a positive way is now being used to kill. With everything that can be done/is done with technology in today's world, it can also be easily twisted and used in a devastating way if it falls into the wrong hands.

Clint and Todd are playing a dangerous game of cat and mouse. Clint is being pushed into the game. Todd is out to destroy Clint any way he can. Even if he has to kill innocent people to do it. Clint needs to figure out how Todd has been able to gain access CatSat codes and use them when he should be locked out of the system. With no explanation of how Todd gained access to the codes Clint falls under suspicion. Clint needs to solve the mystery of how Todd is controlling the system, find a way to stop him and clear his name before anyone else gets hurt.

Todd is one twisted maniac. I don't even feel sorry for Paige. Sorry for the baby yes, but not Paige. When you team up with a lunatic you need to be prepared for the consequences.

Patrick Nolan does a great job once again with the narration. Nice voice. Easy to listen to for long periods of time .Clearly spoken with a nice even pace. Good character voices. Even his female character voices are good. I'm really glad he doesn't try and do a high pitched female voice like many male narrators do. He was able to bring the story and characters to life. Very enjoyable.

I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator or publisher.

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