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Wednesday, August 3, 2016

The Graveman A Sam Prichard Mystery by David Archer Audiobook Review

Sam as a character is a bit cliche. A good cop injured in the line of duty but still fighting the good fight. Kind of a Die Hard vs. Jessie Stone. Either way an exciting read.

My Review:
Sam Prichard is the epitome of a good cop depicted on TV. He’s a cliché, nonetheless, the novel is exciting. Sam is a cop who fights drug lords and gets injured on the job and is placed into early retirement. He teams up with a homeless single mother, invites them into his home. She is a computer whiz. They put their skills together and find a missing child which is part of a larger mystery. Sam gets mixed up with some really bad guys and at times is difficult to determine who’s bad and who’s good.

There’s a lot of detail to character and plot along with enough twists to keep the reader guessing and cringing with the turn of each page. Think TV tough guys, Die Hard, comes to my mind. Great story!

I listened to the audio version narrated by Mikael Naramore. Overall he did a great job and brought out qualities in the characters that one might not notice reading the book.

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