Random House Audio Publishing Group, Compact Disc, 9780449009970, 14pp.
Publication Date: January 3, 2012
At the top of his class at Harvard Law, he hadhis choice of the best in America. He made a deadlymistake. When Mitch McDeere signed on withBendini, Lambert & Locke of Memphis, he thought heand his beautiful wife, Abby, were on their way.The firm leased him a BMW, paid off his schoolloans, arranged a mortgage and hired him adecorator. Mitch McDeere should have remembered what hisbrother Ray -- doing fifteen years in a Tennesseejail -- already knew. You never get nothing fornothing. Now the FBI has the lowdown on Mitch'sfirm and needs his help. Mitch is caught between arock and a hard place, with no choice -- if hewants to live.
Scott Brick first began narrating audiobooks in 2000, and after recording almost 400 titles in five years, "AudioFile" magazine named Brick a Golden Voice and one of the fastest-rising stars in the audiobook galaxy. He has read a number of titles in Frank Herbert s bestselling "Dune" series, and he won the 2003 Science Fiction Audie Award for "Dune: The Butlerian Jihad". Brick has narrated for many popular authors, including Michael Pollan, Joseph Finder, Tom Clancy, and Ayn Rand. He has also won over 40 "AudioFile" Earphones Awards and the "AudioFile" award for Best Voice in Mystery and Suspense 2011. In 2007, Brick was named "Publishers Weekly" s Narrator of the Year.
Brick has performed on film, television and radio. He appeared on stage throughout the United States in productions of "Cyrano, Hamlet, Macbeth" and other plays. In addition to his acting work, Brick choreographs fight sequences, and was a combatant in films including "Romeo and Juliet", "The Fantasticks" and "Robin Hood: Men in Tights". He has also been hired by Morgan Freeman to write the screenplay adaptation of Arthur C. Clarke s "Rendezvous with Rama".
"Taut, fast and relentless... A ride worth taking." -- San Francisco Chronicle.
"Keeps the reader hooked... From the creepy first chapters... to the vise-tightening midsection and on to the take-the money-and-run finale." -- The Wall Street Journal.
"Irresistable... seizes the reader on the opening page and propels him through 400 more." -- Peter Prescott, Newsweek.