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This is the box set of the Sean Kruger series, books 1 through 3.
The Fugitive's Trail: In the lobby of a prestigious Wall Street investment firm, one man is dead and another seriously injured. The man accused of the crime is now a fugitive. 
When the Director of the FBI personally orders Special Agent Sean Kruger to New York City to find the fugitive, Kruger questions the reason. Told to shut up and do his job, he starts looking into the case. What he finds is troubling. Eyewitness accounts seem contrived with little variance between individual testimonies. The more he hears, the more he feels someone is manipulating the story.
As the investigation unfolds, he discovers the only information known about the fugitive is a HR file from a former employer. Public records of the man do not exist.
The fugitive is a ghost. A ghost who has disappeared.
The Assassin's Trail: A serial killer is on the loose in the Washington, DC area. Two men are dead and the FBI has called in Profiler Special Agent Sean Kruger.
Now in the twilight of his career, Kruger and longtime girlfriend, Stephanie, have decided to marry. Tired of the bureaucracy and politics of the job, he wants no part of the investigation.
But when the assassin strikes close to home, it becomes personal....
The Imposter's Trail: Over the Indian Ocean a Malaysia Airline jumbo jet drops from radar. Three hundred twenty-seven souls disappear with it; a woman in Rockford, Illinois is brutally murdered. Unrelated news events? Retired FBI agent Sean Kruger doesn’t think so. He suspects it’s the work of serial killer Randolph Bishop.
©2018 John Cawlfield (P)2018 John Cawlfield
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5 out of 5 stars
By jey cee on 02-27-18

The Sean Kruger

This audiobook is a long listen but I enjoyed every minute of it.
I received a free audiobook copy.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 03-09-18

Great series, great villians and FBI hunt stories!

I very much enjoyed The Sean Kruger series. I love the way the author wove in enough reality, places you know, life events and happenings you've read or heard about on the news, to make it seem even more realistic. Also, I very much enjoyed the explanations of (the tech behind) how the 'impossible to find' became 'possible to track'. Three fantastic stories with a main character you enjoy following as he tracks them down, while dealing with his own personal battles relating to some of the cases.

I enjoyed the progression of the books, the relationships between characters met in book one and how they grew and changed as the books went on. By the end of book three, I really want to hang out with some of these folks and pick their brains!

Also, the villains were superb. Almost scarily realistic.... yet fascinating to follow how they think and process. The books are written in various 'voices' so you really get a feel for numerous characters and not only what they are doing, but what they are thinking.

If I were to offer any criticism, it would be in the way the female characters are sometimes written and narrated. I find it seems hard for one gender to write and speak as another. It goes both ways. Often in books, women, written and narrated by men sound nagging or dumb (and when women write and narrate men, I find they make them sound like the 'romance novel guy' so, as I said, it goes both ways). I don't know if there's a fix for this, it's just an observation. And it wasn't all the time, but periodically, the females who were known to be intelligent, were made to sound dumber than they should have, and it threw me off for a moment. Not enough to impact the overall books, though.

Again, the stories were great, fast paced, and kept me listening for hours on end! I highly recommend the series

I am looking forward to book 4!!

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