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After a dying man mentions a sleepy town in upstate New York, Jack Winchester races to the infamous community to uncover the dangerous culprit behind an unsolved disappearance, but the threat from his past is still playing games.

Set days after the end of Cry Wolf, this pause-resisting thriller throws Jack into a world of fear, brutality, and the hands of a state hospital where no one is safe, and no one escapes.

A relentless roller coaster of heart-pounding suspense and jolting plot twists, Oblivion: Debt Collector, Book 13 finally offers answers to questions regarding the disappearance of Dana Grant and Jack’s final days.

©2019 Jon Mills (P)2020 Jon Mills

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Love the JACK WINCHESTER series!!!!

I don’t understand why this series doesn’t have more people listening to it. This is such a good series, always with an excellent storyline.
I was so happy to see a new Jack Winchester book. I was beginning to think that author Jon Mills had given up on this series since he has written other stand alone books. This is book 13. This series can be listened to in any order however I would suggest listening to this series in order as there are continuing relationships. In this book someone from Jack's past who was believed to be deceased by Jack hand shows up to take his revenge for an ancient wrong committed by himself. However, the revenge is harsh and extreme. But our antihero has so many tricks up his sleeve. .................. I was almost convinced this was THE END to this series. So if you want to find out what happened you will have to listen to this book yourself. ................. Adam Gold does a really super wonderful job narrating. He is one of my favorite narrators.. ................ This book has my HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION. .................
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I love Jack Winchester!!!! Amazing Series!

This series is soooo good!

I absolutely love Jack. He is an awesome character.

He got himself into a big situation in this book. WOW!

There was lots of action, bad guys, revenge, escapes, great characters, fantastic dialogue and a well written addition to this series.

If you have not listened to this series you are really missing out and I 1000% recommend it.

As for the narration, well Adam Gold is pure gold! He makes this great series come to life, his narration is impeccable!

I wish it had been wispersync'ed like the previous books. :(

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As usual, a wonderful and exciting story..

I love Jake Winchester. He's an awesome killer with a heart of gold. This time he ended up in a Forensic Hospital (AKA a mental hospital) where he was put for killing a family, including a mother and her children, which he had no memory of because he was drugged, but everyone knew he would never do that! Jack does not kill women and kids. It had some nice characters in the institution. I especially liked Edgar.

Absolutely no romance and the F-bomb was used 20 times.

As for the narration: Adam Gold was simply spectacular.