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Got the Look (Jack Swyteck Series #5)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 5, 2012

    A GREAT THRILL RIDE!!

    FAST PACED AND EXCITING... THE ENTIRE SERIES IS GREAT! START AT THE FIRST BOOK AND READ THEM ALL!

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  • Posted February 2, 2009

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    A SERIAL KIDNAPPER ON THE LOOSE

    Gifted with a strong, hard to ignore voice, performer Jonathan Davis breathes life into uber attorney Jack Swyteck as his narration bounces from humor to dead-on earnest with ease. Swyteck's buddy, Theo, also benefits from the interpretation by Davis as Theo tweaks his pal for being crazy in love or comes face to face with the danger they're in. In this, the fifth Jack Swyteck novel, we find ourselves once again in South Florida.where Andie Henning, an FBI agent, is desperately trying to reel in a vicious kidnapper. The grabber is bold enough to kidnap the wife of a wealthy horse breeder - little sense in coming up with ransom as the woman is soon dead. Time for Swyteck to be on the scene. Tracking a serial kidnapper isn't his prime concern at the moment - that position is reserved for Mia Salazar, who has captured his heart and mind. But, when Mia is kidnaped the heat is on. Unfortunately, Swyteck is in for a bit of a jolt when he finds out that his one-and-only isn't. She's married to a very rich man who is not interested in ponying up for a wife who has been playing around with Swyteck. Nonetheless, trick or not Swyteck doesn't want to see Mia dead so he teams with Andie to track the crazy kidnaper. The scenes that take place while Mia is being held captive are especially chilling, and Grippando paints them well. - Gail Cooke

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