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A Scandal of the Particular

By: Steve Hamilton
Narrated by: David Thornburg
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Hyman Kazan has regrets. We all do. A struggling legal career, an unfulfilled, passionate girlfriend. But the situation is about to get worse, much worse, when the body of a young man from Scotland is found outside of a safe injection site in Downtown Vancouver.

The dark, rainy streets of the Lower Mainland are about to explode when it is discovered that this corpse and Kazan's girlfriend shared the same lover, Judge Craig Donald Smith. As his world begins to crumble, Kazan finds himself with one last chance to find truth and happiness. Then, he finds himself alone with his demons and a loaded handgun, in a struggle to find justice, ethics, and integrity. But does he have the courage?

©2021 Stephen Hamilton (P)2022 Stephen Hamilton

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Horrible Narration!!

I wanted to like this book because I loved all of the Alex McKnight series and both of the Nick Mason books, but the story was so fragmented in time and characters that it was impossible to follow... I fast forwarded to the last couple of chapters, just to see what happened to Kazan....total disappointment. And the narration........where was Ray Porter or Nick Sullivan?? Bottom line, don't waste your money....

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STOP, This is not the Steve Hamilton you may know

This audio book is just plain bad in every way. The reader is dull and flat. He brings nothing to the experience at all. He may be the worst I ever heard. Right up there with Harlan Coben when he narrated one of his own books. The story is disjointed, told out of time, and the hints to put it all back together are rare. The characters are not developed at all in the first five chapters. It feels like ramblings about unknowns somewhere in Vancouver. When some sort of story emerges, it is mostly badly written sex and middle age angst. This book did not entertain or challenge, it frustrated and annoyed. I bought this book by mistake. I loved a book called The Lock Artist by Steve Hamiliton. NOT THIS GUY!