• Everybody Dies

  • Jack Daniels and Associates Mysteries, Book 8
  • By: J.A. Konrath
  • Narrated by: Christopher Marsh
  • Length: 7 hrs and 37 mins
  • 4.2 out of 5 stars (19 ratings)

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Everybody Dies

By: J.A. Konrath
Narrated by: Christopher Marsh
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Publisher's Summary

Third Phineas Troutt thriller.

They call him "The Man with Seven Tears".

He has a teardrop tattoo on his cheek for every man he's murdered for his twisted cause. He's the head of the most ruthless hate group in the USA, and he's about to commit the biggest act of domestic terrorism in history.

There's only one person alive who knows him well enough to stop him. Someone strong enough. Determined enough. Smart enough.

Someone willing to lose everything.

His younger brother; a problem solver named Phineas Troutt. 

©2018 Joe Konrath (P)2020 Joe Konrath

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I wish the original narrator would come back

The story was OK the narrators voice was not convincing for almost all the characters. I felt like they really did an injustice to Jack’s character voice. And it really really bugged me that the narrator mispronounced Decatur and Job. Just a pronunciation error but jarring every time I heard it.