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And the Sea Became Blood

John Jordan Mysteries, Book 21
Narrated by: Kyle Tait
Series: John Jordan Mysteries, Book 21
Length: 6 hrs and 34 mins
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Can he survive long enough to catch a killer? 

The murder of retired priest Andrew Irwin begins like any other homicide investigation for sheriff’s Investigator John Jordan. But it is soon interrupted by an existential superstorm of apocalyptic proportions that threatens to destroy both John and his family.

Can John catch a killer under such extreme and extraordinary circumstances? Will he live long enough to even be able to try?

The stakes have never been higher, survival never more in question. Don’t miss this thrilling stand-alone mystery adventure if your heart can take it.

©2019 Michael Lister (P)2019 Michael Lister

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  • Elizabeth O.
  • 08-06-2020

Very Atmospheric

The novel was very atmospheric. The hurricane elements are well integrated into the story. Unfortunately, the author spent too much time on the persona of the protagonist and his family issues and too little time on the mystery or any suspects. I would try another Lister novel b/c even though the mystery part suffered, he is a gifted storyteller. The narrator was quite good. I enjoyed his acting and his voices. I would listen to him again. BTW. It drove me nuts that one does not know the ages of the 2 daughters. So, I will share that Johanna is 7 and Taylor is 3 (Chapter 20). The girls were introduced at the get-go, but no ages, so the listener could not visualize them until quite late in the story.

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