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A Final Call

By: Eliot Parker
Narrated by: Henry Marshall
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Cleveland Homicide Detective Stacy Tavitt is contacted by a former college classmate who asks for help in finding her missing son, Colton. Still reeling physically and emotionally from her last investigation - which led to the disappearance of her brother - Stacy reluctantly agrees. 

At first, there is little reason to suspect foul play in his disappearance - until he becomes the primary suspect in the murder of an ex-girlfriend. It’s a race against the clock as Stacy tries to find out what happened to her brother and clear his name, all while stopping a lethal killer who continues to target the friends and family connected to Colton. Beset by threats inside and outside of her life, Stacy must go to great lengths to find a killer and save her brother.

©2021 Brent Eliot Parker (P)2022 Brent Eliot Parker

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Great book.

This was a great book but there is a few things a bit off. Every time I heard him mispronounce cannula, it would drive me nuts. Probably because I am on oxygen. But this let me know that not everyone knows the word. On a rare occasion a timing of an action was repeated. I was not at all thrilled with the ending....now I am left hanging on a cliffhanger. But outside of that, it was a very entertaining book. The narrator did an excellent job of keeping the character voices unique and true.

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A Final Call

This was a decent story.Stacy is a cop whose family is involved in her current cases.She can be a good sister,or a good cop. Narration by Henry Marshall was hard to describe.He came on hard and by the book,no feeling for the most part,then sometimes he was good.Narration killed the story for me.I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • 04-18-22

enjoyed

Loved listening to Henry Marshall, always spot on. Brings the characters and plot to life.

This book has story is action packed, intense and suspenseful! An old college friends ask Detective Stacy to help locate her missing son . Still recovering herself from the physical and emotional trauma of a previous investigation where her brother went missing. This new case is full of betrayal, greed , power, revenge and corruption.

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  • Krystle Smith
  • 03-04-22

Action, Mystery, Who did it?

This book is packed with all of it. The reader gets a clue as to what happened and then the detective starts getting all sorts of information that has you wondering what really happened. It really does make your head spin and you try to start thinking about what's actually going on, drawing your own conclusions. The reader knows who the killer is not by the first chapter but things don't add up because of certain people that start dying. Why? And it how they diet that's gruesome. And the whole time you're torn between the mystery of missing Colton and those murders and the detectives brother missing as well with his case. Keeping them separate and with dirty cops, who can she trust now. it gets intense. Can she stay focused on the case at hand or get too distracted by her brothers case where Colton slips through her fingers? You will want to listen to find out because the ending will want you needing the next book just as much as I do.

This narrator did an amazing job. I've listened to his work before and he does excellent work with each character.

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  • caroline wright
  • 02-25-22

Really enjoyable - narration was brilliant

I am going to preface this review with it was a really good story but I would have really enjoyed it more if I had read/listened to the first one. It can be read as a standalone but like me you would probably struggle a bit with the back story. I didn't realise until half way through that there was a first book in the series so going back to listen to that as I really want to know the full story. There were so many unusual plot lines and the lung issue these were all unique and given how many books I read/listen to this kept me on edge and wanting to follow - so well done.

The narration suited the story, I had previously only listened to this narrator in dystopian novels but he did police procedural well.

I was given a free copy by the narrator but the review is entirely my own.