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Category: Horror Thriller
Average Rating: 2.0
Afton Morrison, twenty-six, is a small-town children's librarian by day, on a murderous mission to make the world a better place by night. From the hunt for a violent sexual predator to the last stand against her tormentor, The Afton Morrison Series delves into a world of moral ambiguity, told in four thrilling parts:
Go Home, Afton: Afton Morrison, twenty-six, is a small-town children's librarian. She's also a disturbed vigilante murderess, in pursuit of a violent sexual predator.
See You Soon, Afton: Suspected of a murder she didn't commit, Afton searches for an abducted teenage girl, leading her to unravel dark secrets from her own past.
Nice Try, Afton: With the town on lockdown and her companions in danger, Afton attempts to establish an improbable truce, leading her into a deadly trap.
Time's Up, Afton: Afton contends with unwanted notoriety as she plots to kill vicious drug dealers and prepares for the last stand against her tormentor.
Packed with suspense, grit, and action, The Afton Morrison Series delivers audiences an unlikely heroine in the form of a disturbed vigilante murderess.
This edition also features a bonus short story, the first published title from author Brent Jones to have featured Afton Morrison as a character.
A Book With No Pictures: A loser, pushing forty, struggles to raise his gifted nephew, in this short and comedic tale of dysfunction.
This story isn't for me. In addition to being contrived and predictable, the characters are neither likable nor believable. Kristin James gives these characters distinctive voices, but I don't like the voice she chose to use for a couple of the characters. I like that the story is contemporary, but I cannot abide the lack of realism.
The bonus short story is quite funny in a satirical way, but it's unrealistic as well. Wyatt Baker's performance of this short story is satisfactory.
NOTE: I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
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