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For hostage rescue specialist Jonathan Grave, every mission is a matter of life or death. But he faces his most personal challenge yet when two boys are abducted while being driven to Resurrection House, the school Jonathan founded as a sanctuary for children of incarcerated parents. The boys were entrusted to Jonathan's care. Now they're missing. It's time to fight fire with fire...

The boys' mom, Connie Kendall, is awaiting trial on drug smuggling charges. Prosecutors want her to testify against the brutal Cortez Cartel to help bring down their ruthless operations. If she cooperates, she'll get an easier sentence. But with her kids in the grip of the cartel, her lips are sealed.

As Jonathan and his team of skilled operatives close in on the kidnappers, they realize that their enemies aren't just hell-bent on selling drugs. Rival factions have even deadlier agendas. The clock is ticking on an attack that could kill thousands in a single breath. And it's almost zero hour...

©2020 John Gilstrap, Inc. (P)2020 HighBridge, a division of Recorded Books

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  • shelley
  • 05-07-2020

Excellent addition to the series...

This is book 12 in the Jonathan Graves series. I prefer reading a series in order but each book in this one can be listened to as a stand alone.
When two boys are kidnapped while being transported to the school run by Jonathan Graves he is fast on their recovery. The boys parents worked for a cartel. Their father has been murdered and their mother is in prison. Now the cartel has taken them to keep her from taking to the authorities. These are some scary folks and no form of torture is too much to keep their people in line. The more Jonathan and his team investigate the worse things get. What starts out as drug smuggling quickly turns into something much more sinister. Now it’s not just the boys lives at stake but thousands of lives, including their own.
Basil Sands does a great job narrating.
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
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  • Dan
  • 15-08-2020

Fun exciting not too deep

Looking for something fun. Jonathan and the team are great to take your mind off serious life stuff.

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  • 04-08-2020

back to basics

the digger series is always enjoyable to burn through the latest outing of scorpion, big guy, gunslinger, and mother hen. there are some new additions and I like to continuation of the big bad. I am hopeful the next series gets them interacting with him in an ultimate showdown. This iteration is light on the stack against them odds, but feels more like a reset from the continued escalation of the last few books. I will continue to read the series, but felt this was a bit too uninventive compared to some earlier versions, so it gets 4 stars.

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  • Ray
  • 23-09-2020

Too much

Story was a bit jerky: gore mixed with cutesy emotion. Performance completely didn’t work for me. Some readers do characters well. This one didn’t in my mind and maybe was part of the reason I didn’t care for the entire thing

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  • Michael Swope
  • 03-09-2020

Poor narration, repetitive, boring

Poor narration, repetitive, boring. Repetitive repetitive repetitive repetitive repetitive repetitive repetitive repetitive repetitive repetitive repetitive. Very disappointing and to long

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