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The horrific murders of two prostitutes shock even the most hardened detectives of the Cheyenne Police Department. With the knowledge that karmic justice will eventually catch up to everyone, Detective Ethan Baudin and Kyle Dixon take the case.

Still reeling from the murder of his wife's lover, Detective Dixon is descending into a world of alcoholism and depression. Baudin can do little to help him, and struggles to keep his partner on the straight path while pursuing the man he holds responsible for the darkness enveloping his city: the district attorney, Mike Sandoval.

Baudin's pursuit of Sandoval must be put on hold after the detectives are assigned the murder case. Unwilling to leave Sandoval behind, Baudin resists getting involved with the murders until he discovers a link between the deaths of the two women and Sandoval.

Hunting a man that views victims as little more than meat, the two detectives begin their descent into a world they may never come out of. Unable to trust anyone else, they must learn to trust each other, or be destroyed by the forces aligned against them.

©2017 Victor Methos (P)2020 Yossof Sharifi

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  • 08-02-2021

Ugh! I want part 3 *now*!!

I’m loving this trilogy.. I just finished “Unseen”, and now I’m impatiently waiting for the third and final book of the trilogy. These will be ones I listen to repeatedly... unless; the final ending is *bad*. I admit that I’m old fashioned — and I don’t care. I read fiction for pure escapism. These 2 characters are strong, interesting, and the chemistry is terrific. I can tell how much I’m enjoying the read by how vested I become in the characters and plot line... and I’m really rooting for these two. No doubt labeled as “anti-heroes”, they’ve caught my attention and I’m anxiously awaiting the telling of their remaining journey in part 3. I’m just praying it ends well. I can turn on the news and get depressed, sad, or outraged for free... and although some people define me as simplistic or somewhat shallow by my need for a positive outcome, again, I don’t care. I absolutely loathe depressing endings, or worse, the endings which aren’t really endings - just taking the reader right up to the final battle, choice, etc., and then leaving it up to them to decide what plight the characters endure or celebrate. Oh, and pleeeeeaase, don’t allow Boudin to let Carrie (that spelling may not be accurate as I’m reading via audiobook) down! That would really suck for Carrie, her daughter, Heather, and Boudin himself.

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