Mark Twain wrote: We ought never to do wrong when people are looking.
#1 in Black Ghost
Average Rating: 4.0
One last job, and he's done for good...until two rookie agents ruin it all.
Bic Green, a.k.a. Black Ghost, is a world-class contract killer. Tormented by his inner demons, he clings to absolution from his evils by channeling his funds toward his goddaughter, Gracie, to help in her quest to cure cancer. In his final job, Bic plans each murder meticulously, creating elaborate ways to make each death look accidental.
No one suspects a thing until rookie FBI agents, Caroline Foxx and her partner Mack Maddox, stumble upon an unusual clue, a raw pork chop. They quickly begin to unravel the insidious plot. With billionaires dropping like flies and their superiors ordering them to stand down, they push forward until they find themselves deep in the crosshairs of the Black Ghost.
This is an action-packed thriller -- the kind of audiobook that Scott Brick makes great with his outstanding narration. The character development is a bit weak, making it somewhat difficult to like any of the characters. The story is quite exciting and suspenseful, but I really do not like the ending. I feel it doesn't fit with the rest of the storyand it's too "supernatural" for my taste. That said, it's a solid entry in the thriller genre.
Note: I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
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