• The Death Dealer's Manual

  • Book Seven in the Mad Mick Series
  • By: Franklin Horton
  • Narrated by: Kevin Pierce
  • Length: 9 hrs and 16 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (581 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Across America, citizens of this once proud nation sit in the dark, slowly starving to death. Most are dirty and sick. They've been abandoned by politicians and bureaucrats who continued to grow fatter and richer during the collapse. Foreign governments court the nation's leaders, putting them up on cruise ships and in foreign hotels, while the average American lives in squalor, ignored and abandoned.

A reluctant savior rises from an unlikely direction. He doesn't need the politicians nor the American government. They represent everything he despises. He's a doer. A self-made man who builds empires and creates jobs. When he says he's going to do something, he does everything in his power to make it happen.

In short, he's exactly the opposite of those leading the country.

As this unlikely leader decides it's time to put his plan in place, Conor and Ricardo are in the Washington, DC, area on a mission to retrieve a cache of supplies. Through a chance meeting, the two get sucked into a whirlwind of conspiracy, murder, and a totally unorthodox plan for rebuilding the nation.

©2022 Franklin Horton (P)2022 Franklin Horton

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Mesmerizing!!!

As always Mr. Horton has delivered. As a fellow Virginian, I am proud!!! Thank you very much.

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Excellent Book

I like the author's apocalyptic fiction books. This one is one of the best.

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Enjoyed from begining to end!

Love this series and this one did not leave me disappointed! I love these characters. I don't want the series to stop. Even if it does, I can't wait to listen to Franklin Horton 's next exciting tale!
I can't leave Kevin Pierce out, for me there is no better narrator. He brings life to Mr. Horton's characters. I can sit back close my eyes and picture the scenes unfolding. Love, Love, Love!!!

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The best!

Really enjoyed this book. Didn’t know if you’d be able to up the game, but you did.

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Different

I Have enjoyed the whole series looking forward to the next one. Definitely enjoy the narrator!

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fantastic

These books are the best and I the love comic relief. We need that. can't wait for the next one!!!!

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Another amazing story by the Franklin Horton!

This is another example of amazing research and story development by Franklin Horton. I started listening to his books a year or 2 ago. Every time a new book releases I wonder how he is going to come up with a new theme or problem. So far, none of his books have disappointed! The Death Dealers Manual is by far his best book to date. I’m always amazed at the amount of research he must puts in these books. Beyond the research, the author does something that can be somewhat rare in this genre, character development. Through every chapter in every book, I feel like I learn more about what makes these characters who they are. There is a constant twist that takes each character to a different level and understanding. I can’t speak highly enough about this book, or the other books written by the author. Do yourself a favor and buy this book!

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Great book

The Mad Mick and his long-time boss, Ricardo, begin rebuilding the business after it was destroyed. Gruesome and complicated events follow. Wow!

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More?!!

Probably my favorite series of books. Never a dull moment. I just hope there's more to come.

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A great story of course BUT .

the mad Mick is a great storyline of course however in this one the mad Mick and his whole team were caught slipping I did not enjoy the stupidity they showed when doing their job which caused irreparable damage to the team you'll see but well worth the listen.

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  • sarah MacHattie
  • 06-10-22

beat book in the whole series

can't out it down and so many moments of glee I loved this book. lots of action in this one mind you there always is in this series. non stop!