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Publisher's Summary

Just as with his remarkable military novels, millions of readers and listeners have been captured by the rich characters and vivid realism of Griffin's police dramas.

Now, in Final Justice, Detective Matt Payne - newly promoted to Sergeant and assigned to Homicide - finds himself in the middle of three major assignments. The first, a fatal shooting at a fast-food restaurant, seems simple, but rapidly becomes complicated. The second begins complicated and only gets more so, as Payne becomes involved with a local guru who has fled the country, leaving behind the mutilated body of his girlfriend in a trunk. And as if that weren't enough, the self-absorbed star of a series of improbable movies comes to town - and it is his presence that will complicate Payne's life most of all.

Filled with color and detail and plots as real as the headlines, this is a riveting novel of the men and women who put their lives on the line, from the cop on the beat to the commissioner himself.

©2004 W. E. B. Griffin (P)2004 Brilliance Audio

Critic Reviews

"If God is truly in the details, then Griffin must be the pope of police procedurals." ( Publishers Weekly)

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Final Justice - final ending

I was enjoying the book and its progression and then it just ended. The announcer thanked me for listening. I know your supposed to "leave em wanting more" but this is ridiculous

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Stilted, wooden, couldn't finish...

I found it impossible to complete this book. Not only was the writing unconvincing, the characters were not believable. The narrator either shared the same opinion, and couldn't breathe life into this novel, or he simply wasn't the right match. I was disappointed; as a weekly purchaser of Audible books, this has been my most unsatisfactory purchase.

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Painful Time Warp

The first time I read this book I thought I had purchased the wrong series because the previous book in the series was set around 1975 and now everyone has a cell phone and its around the millennium. There is a good explanation that Griffin gives for the time shift either on his web page or the cover of the book, but it still catches the reader off guard if it is the first time you are reading the series. Also, there are a few characters that are gone and a few new characters that are not nearly as colorful. The time period also tones down the book. The 70's was a gritty time in big city America and there was no Political Correctness to be found. The new time period is full of Political Correctness and the characters in the book reflect this new time period. I definitely prefer the 70's time period for this series. The narrator was painful to listen to. I am sure he is a good narrator, but not for this series. Michael Russotto is my preference for this series. He is able to inflect a natural sarcasm into the voices of the characters that is more than appropriate for a cop series. The other thing that bugs me is the different pronunciations of the names by narrators. There really needs to be a flow from one narrator to the next. They should listen to the previous book to get a clear idea of what they are following. If you have read any of Griffins series, you will know that events are not always retold in the following book in the series the same. Griffin retells events and stories in each of the books of the series and somehow, those events and stories always seem to be changed a little in each subsequent book. I would love to know if he does this on purpose. Overall, if you are listening to the series, you have to listen to this one, even though it will leave you wishing for a different narrator and a different time setting.

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ceylon mckinnis hemet, ca

i wonder are kenny and jason are related to each other? will er know in the near future? love readin this story allot, and it would give it a five but this review only goes to four stars instead. recommend reading this book.

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Research needed.

The names were pronounced wrong in the story. Hard to listen to at times.

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Good story, rough narration.

I love listening to WEB Griffin books, because the narrator is consistent. This book had a different narrator, one who didn't pronounce names the same and who didn't vary their voice very much when switching between characters. It definitely took something away from the story.

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TERRIBLE

This book was terrible.

The performance was aweful and the story failed to follow the series.

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powerful

really liked it, I wish It had been longer.
Still waiting to find out what happened.

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I found myself grinding my teeth listening to this

I had to stop listening. There are enough things in life that can irritate without subjecting myself to this. I agree with another reviewer that a new narrator should at least get the names the same as the first 7 books. That along with other major changes in the story were too much to swallow.

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Great book

I recommend this series of WEB griffin books. It is entertaining and spellbinding. a great continuation of the characters.


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