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Editorial Reviews

Author Don Easton worked undercover for 20 years in the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, a fact that informs his Jack Taggart Mysteries about a Mountie who works under a seedy, false identity. The books are realistic and revealing, relentless in unveiling the dark underbelly of Canadian crime. Being a police office in plain clothes is one thing; becoming a criminal is another. Loose Ends is Easton's first book in the Taggart series. Though he encounters some first-time author stumbles, the end result is both gripping and grisly. Actor and AudioFile Earphones Award-winner David Drummond softens some of the shocking scenes without compromising the overall verisimilitude of this dark debut.

Publisher's Summary

Jack Taggart, an undercover Mountie, lives in a world where the good guys and the bad guys change places in a heartbeat. Taggart is very good at what he does. Too good to be playing by the rules. The brass decide to assign a new partner to spy on him.Taggart's new partner discovers a society dependent upon unwritten rules. To break these rules is to lose respect. To lose respect is to lose one's life. Loose Ends is terrifying. It is a tale of violence, corruption, and retribution, but it is also a story of honour and respect.

©2005 Don Easton (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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  • 31-12-2020

Good story

I didn’t care for this narrator. I’ve listened to many books in the past and this story was very interesting. I would love to get more in this series but I don’t know if I can listen to this guy’s voice for more. All this women sound whiney or snotty. A lot of the men who aren’t the star sound like whiney toddlers as well. Or to me that’s how it comes across. I just didn’t enjoy. If these books were read by someone else I’d definitely get the series.

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  • Belinda Reardon
  • 31-12-2020

Can't make it through this one.

Story line was OK but the tale took forever. Narrator was not very good at changing his charactors voices. Made for dull and uninspiring listen. Had to leave before I finished it.

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  • Yvonne Ray
  • 16-12-2020

The narrator

Could have been a good book- I tried... the narrator made everyone sound whiny and they all sounded the same. I liked the premise...

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  • Anonymous User
  • 29-01-2021

Difficult to listen

Thought the narrator was very bad with different characters. The women signed gge same, too fake.

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  • Jersey
  • 16-01-2021

Started pretty good but...

It starts out tragic but pretty good but then it takes a disgusting turn. Couldn’t finish.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 21-02-2021

The narrator needs a new job

Perhaps he could read children’s stories where everyone is age 5 and whines a lot. I was pretty proud of myself for gutting it out till the end.

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