Dust To Dust (Kovac / Liska, Bk 2) (Audio CD)(Abridged)
Dust To Dust - Kovac / Liska, Bk 2 - Audio CD - Abridged Author:Tami Hoag, Jon Tenney (Narrator) Two hard-boiled cops dare cross the thin and dangerous line that separates good and evil as they risk their lives to investigate the suspicious death of one of their own. — Sorry. The single word was written on the mirror. In front of it hung the body of Andy Fallon, a Minneapolis Internal Affairs cop. Was it suicide? Or a kinky act turned... more » tragic accident?
Together with his partner, the wise cracking, ambitious Nikki Liska, Sam Kovac digs at the too-neat edges of Fallon's death, uncovering one motive and one suspect after another. The shadows of suspicion fall not only on the city's power elite, but into the very heart of the police department.
Unfortunately, neither Kovac nor Liska believes Fallon died by his own hand -- accidentally or otherwise. As the case unfolds, it seems more and more likely that his death is somehow tied to his work. The question is whether he was killed for a case two months old -- the murder of a gay patrol officer -- or a case twenty years closed -- the one that made Fallon's father a paraplegic.
As Kovac and Liska dig deeper, they find their careers and lives on the line, because a killer wants the truth left dead and buried. Ashes to Ashes. Dusts to Dust.
LARGE PRINT, from the New York Times Bestselling author of Ashes to Ashes. This thriller blends unforgettable characters, breakneck suspense, and chilling twists. It is the story of 2 hard-boiled ops who dare to cross the thin and dangerous line that separates good and evil as they risk their lives to investigate the suspicious death of one of their own.
Robin S. reviewed Dust To Dust (Kovac / Liska, Bk 2) (Audio CD)(Abridged) on
This is a cop story with rather well-drawn characters. The plot line evolves in an interesting way, with few "where did that come from?" moments. The main character's inclination to push the limits doesn't go to the ridiculous but has the effect of making the reader want him to succeed, and his emotional attachment to some of the characters seems realistic -- reminding the reader that it's almost impossible to ignore chemistry and attraction even if it's not a good idea under the circumstances. I've listened to the book twice and enjoyed it both times.