Ghost River Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
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Gabe Jones is not like most underwater criminal investigators - he talks to the dead and the dead talk back. In this crime-thrilling suspense novel, Gabe dives into a watery world of crime and corruption as a paranormal experience helps him uncover the grisly truth of his partner’s death.
After losing his trooper partner, Charlie, in a recovery dive, Gabe Jones is not prepared for what he discovers when he attempts to investigate the scene of Charlie’s death. In the murky waters of the Florida panhandle, Gabe questions his partner’s departed spirit and uncovers an underwater graveyard, along with a dire warning that more deaths are coming if he doesn’t stop the killer.
In a race against time, the underwater spirits lead him to the incriminating evidence he needs to expose the killer. But when his investigation is discovered, he puts Charlie’s family at risk. Will he have what it takes to outwit his adversaries, save Charlie’s daughter, and expose the killer, all while navigating the tumultuous waves of relationships he finds himself in above water?
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|Listening Length||10 hours and 30 minutes|
|Narrator||Chris Henry Coffey|
|Audible.ca Release Date||May 11 2020|
Top reviews from other countries
Very well written in the ways of police investigation, diving procedure, and description.
Sometimes it was hard to follow with all the names.
I wasn't a huge fan of the spiritualism. It was very "all roads lead to heaven" feel, and mixed with the claims of evangelicalism, it was just odd.
Not a bad read though. But something to pass the time and keep me reading to the end.
Wasn't a fan of the relationship part.