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Publisher's Summary

“One of the best thriller writers we have.” (Harlan Coben, number one New York Times best-selling author)

From the international and instant New York Times best-selling author of The Dirty South, the white-knuckled Charlie Parker series returns with this heart-pounding race to hunt down the deadliest of war criminals.

In Amsterdam, four bodies, violently butchered, are discovered in a canal house, the remains of friends and confidantes of the assassin known only as Louis.

The men responsible for the murders are Serbian war criminals. They believe they can escape retribution by retreating to their homeland.

They are wrong.

For Louis has come to Europe to hunt them down: five killers to be found and punished before they can vanish into thin air.

There is just one problem.

The sixth. 

With John Connolly’s trademark “dark, haunting, and beautifully told” (Booklist) prose and breathless twists and turns, The Nameless Ones is an unputdownable thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat.

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Not up to the usual standard

I have been a fan of the Charlie Parker series and have listened to each book via Audible. This one isn’t up the the usual standard of suspense. I gave up at chapter 13 to escape the boredom.

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a good addition

I enjoyed the story, as Louis and Angel are always entertaining to hear about. I wish there had been more specifics about their escapades or how they hunted. Would have liked more of the supernatural tint as well. overall, a good listen .

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If you love the Parker series, stop reading reviews and get started on this one

This is the 19th book in the Parker series, so I really don’t understand the need for reviews around the content. If you have read the first 18, then you are an obsessed fan (like me) and you will love this one. If you have not read the previous 18 entries, then you certainly don’t want to start here. However — this is a Louis-centric story involving horrific villains, and we get to continue to associate with Parker (although briefly), Ross, Angel, The Great Lost Bear, and other key pieces of the Parker Saga. If you are a fan and if you have read all of the previous Parker novels, you should stop reading reviews and listen now!

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Great!!

Can't wait for the next! Love Luis and Angel's role this time! Thanks for the read!! Lorraine

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Another enjoyable book in the Charlie Parker serie

While not one of the best in the series, it was still a good listen. The book mainly focuses on Louis and Angel.

I love the way John Connolly writes and I have read everyone of the Charlie Oarker books. This one almost felt like a filler book. As I was listening I thought maybe there would be some storyline that would push the series towards it's conclusion but that didn't seem to be the case either.

But overall I still enjoyed it.

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Mind numbing and boring. Worst Connelly book ever. Narration was flat and difficult to listen to.

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Either the narrator or the story was slow and I had to go back to pick up the story several times. I’ve read this author many times and never had this issue. May just not be my cup of tea.

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Classic Parker Thriller

I know...this is an Angel and Louis novel...but man, if you have been reading the Parker books...you will not be disappointed. I loved it!! For someone who has been reading the Parker novels...I would not recommend this to a first time reader of Parker's books. I think you would get lost and when certain things happen...it would lose the power of its impact. As for the narrator, I have finally gotten used to him after many Parker audibles. He has finally grown on me and I feel he is the true voice of the Parker Universe.

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Disappointing

I have read every Charlie Parker book at least 3 times and look forward to the new release each October. This book was very disappointing. It was confusing and hard to follow. But most of all it was boring. Something I never thought I would say about a book in the series.

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Another excellent book by John Connolly

As always, the story is good, the characters are compelling (both good guys and bad guys), and the dialogue fantastic.