James Patterson, Andrew
Read by Graeme Malcolm
September 6, 2016/ ASIN: B01JB54424
Suspense / British / Short Story / Audiobook – Unabridged
by Brenda Weeaks
homelessness is a fact of life, even with former military.
A lot of times, those who are homeless do not tell friends
or family, such as the case with Cookie (Major Paul Cook).
Former Special Forces officer David Shelley is looking for
Cookie when he receives a call from a MI5 officer and discovers
his friend is dead. Shelly has a wife and a child. His life
is good, but the guilt of losing touch with Cookie hits Shelley
hard. He agrees to go undercover and find out who is murdering
homeless soldiers. He wants to make it right -- for Cookie.
Shelley hits the streets as a homeless soldier. He meets others
like him, and finally gets in the right group. It takes some
maneuvering to get first in line with the killers, but once
he does it’s nonstop action.
Graeme Malcolm’s narration had me on the edge of my
seat. The storyline itself is outstanding. This isn’t
just about a best friend making it right; it’s about
the killers, themselves – who they are and how high
up do they go. The anticipation of Shelly’s outcome
is gripping. Patterson and Holmes offer listeners a well-thought
out short story. It’s entertaining and suspenseful.
It would make for a great new series. David Shelly is my new