Yucatan Dead : Kate Jones

  • by D.V. Berkom
  • Narrated by Melissa Moran
  • Series: Kate Jones
  • 6 hrs and 9 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

She was a dangerous man's lover - now she's his dangerous enemy.
For Kate Jones, being on the run from her former lover - the vicious leader of a Mexican drug cartel - was never going to be easy. But with a new identity, a new lover, and a new life in Arizona, she was beginning to believe she'd made it through the worst.
Then, in an act of twisted revenge, Kate is kidnapped and imprisoned by her deadly enemy, his intention to force her to pay back the money she stole before he kills her.
Fate intervenes and she finds herself working against the cartels deep in the Yucatan with a group of off-the-grid commandos.
From peaceful northern Arizona to the steamy jungles of Mexico, Kate Jones must decide for herself if she'll continue to run - or turn and fight the evil that pursues her.


What the Critics Say

"An unrelenting thriller of a tension-filled novel... Yucatan Dead is the stuff of which blockbuster movies are made... very highly recommended..." (Midwest Book Review)
"Yucatan Dead is a gripping thriller with a gutsy heroine and a tightly woven plot; it will no doubt please Berkom's current fans and gather more." (Pacific Book Review)
"Yucatan Dead ratchets up the tension from the start as Kate deals with hit women, warring Mexican drug cartels, and unofficial paramilitary organizations. Survival is never a given..." (Big Al's Books 'n Pals)


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

I Love This Series. !!

“A fascinating and complex murder mystery that keeps readers involved and guessing till the exciting climax.”This is an extremely fast moving story; a page turner, if you will, and holds plenty of twists to keep the reader just a bit off balance right up until the end.

I love The Kate Jones series!!!
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- Kelly watley

Great storyline!

I really enjoyed this story! I loved the plot and it kept me engaged, but I felt that the narrating wasn't as good as it could have been. The narrator sounded a little like a robot, and her pronunciation of places in Mexico and of words in Spanish wasn't good. If there were just a couple words here and there with poor pronunciation, it would have been fine, but it was throughout the entire story. It will not be distracting to someone who doesn't speak Spanish or know the Spanish language, but to those who do, it is bothersome, especially when the character is familiar with the area. If I just read the book, rather than listening, I would give it 5 stars. DV Berkom is a talented writer and I plan to read more of her books in the near future! This book is part of a series, so I would like to continue reading more of it. Thank you!!
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- tarafarah7: Tara Brown

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-30-2014
  • Publisher: D.V. Berkom