Narrator: Michael Robbins
Series: The Adam Garwood Detective Series #1
Published by Waldorf Publishing on 24 August 2017
Length: 6 hrs and 10 mins
Genres: Modern Detective, Mystery/Thriller
Source: Narrator, Submitted
Adam Garwood did not realize that when Jillian Lambert walked into his detective agency, his life would never be the same. Not only was Jillian trying to uncover a cold case from 20 years prior, but she was also looking for her twin sister, Devon, whose disappearance was the focus of this case. Adam would soon learn that his probing would uncover a hidden mystery surrounding the Centaur Theatre and its cast of actors, this also leading to frightening details about the Montreal mafia.
Should he leave well enough alone? He would be jeopardizing not only his own life but that of Richard, his lover and soon to be husband. Had his desire to solve this case become all-consuming to him?
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Adam Garfield, a detective, is hired by Jillian Lambert to find her missing sister. Her twin sister, Devon, has only been missing for 20 years! Adam sees a desperation in Jillian that leads him to take on her case and try to solve the mysterious disappearance of Devon. However, Adam quickly realizes that there is more to the mystery than he was told and there are a lot more players involved. No one is telling Adam the full story … there are too many secrets and hidden agendas. Adam recognizes the danger to both himself and his soon to be husband, Richard. His need to solve the missing person case and put an end to the mystery just pushes him closer to the danger he’s trying to avoid.
Colleen Baxter Sullivan has put together a quirky cast of characters and made what might have been a simple missing person case and made it more dangerous and involved. It is a fast read, lots of action. The main character, Adam is trying to do too much – balance his home vs work life, his sexuality, his relationships, and put everything in a neat little box. Sullivan doesn’t let him get away with that and keeps Adam on his toes.
I enjoyed the book but felt the ending was rushed.
Michael Robbins performed the narration very well letting the story flow smoothly. The sound effects – the voices on the phone were not as clear as they could have been, they were gritty.
There were no issues with the audio production or quality of the audiobook.
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