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Easy Rider

A Jim Knighthorse Short Story
By: J.R. Rain
Narrated by: Eric Stuart
Length: 1 hr and 18 mins

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Publisher's Summary

Private investigator Jim Knighthorse returns in "Easy Rider", a standalone short story where he discovers a female burglar sleeping in his office. Camry is a woman who knows too much. Down on her luck, she asks for Knighthorse's protection from her biker ex-boyfriend, Steel Eye, whom she says has murdered someone. She's a witness on the run and she also has problems of her own making. She wants to leave the biker gang, but no one ever leaves this one alive.

The investigation turns dangerous as Jim digs for the truth about what really happened that night. There is action and danger as the witness spills her secrets and Jim spills some blood. And not necessarily his own.

©2014 J.R. Rain (P)2015 J.R. Rain

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  • Susan
  • 16-01-2017

Love Jim Knighthorse- but miss Jason Starr!

What made the experience of listening to Easy Rider the most enjoyable?

Jim Knighthorse's humor.

How would you have changed the story to make it more enjoyable?

Not the story, just the narrator. Bring back Jason Starr!

Did the narration match the pace of the story?

I felt this narrator caught the essence of the humor, but it was more like reading than previous JK stories narrated by Jason Starr. And Eric Stuart read it fast- this was the first time I ever noticed this on an audiobook.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

I laughed a few times, but it was a short story, not a novel.

Any additional comments?

I liked how J. R. Rain brought in characters from his other novels, as well as a nod to Robert Parker's Spencer, but the story was a little thin.