AT Bay: An Alex Troutt Thriller, Book 1 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
The murders are unspeakable.
The sin unforgivable.
Has the nightmare just begun for FBI Agent Alex Troutt?
Alex was living the American dream. Until her violent crash.
As Alex begins her daunting quest to uncover the black spots on her memory, a dead body is discovered in a murky Boston bay. What she finds doesn't make sense.
The ritualistic slayings begin to stack up—and Alex is forced to plunge deeper into the investigation. Is she unwittingly falling into a trap? Just as Alex uncovers the killer's twisted motive, she's gutted: Her FBI and family worlds collide. And the resulting explosion tears her in two.
Can Alex piece together the jagged fragments to save her family before it's too late?
Packed with crackling suspense, vivid characters, and a twisty plot, AT Bay will leave you breathless and longing for more.
John W. Mefford's Alex Troutt Thrillers are recommended for fans of David Baldacci's Atlee Pine, Lisa Gardner's D.D. Warren, Catherine Coulter's Lacey Sherlock, James Patterson's Women's Murder Club, Gregg Olsen's Nicole Foster, Michael Connelly's Renee Ballard, Jefferey Deaver's Kathryn Dance, Robert Dugoni's Tracy Crosswhite, Chris Culver's Joe Court, and Ernie Lindsey's Sara Winthrop.
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|Listening Length||8 hours and 16 minutes|
|Author||John W. Mefford|
|Audible.com Release Date||November 24, 2016|
|Publisher||John W. Mefford|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #148,118 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#2,996 in Crime Thrillers (Audible Books & Originals)
#4,457 in Women Sleuth Mysteries
#10,349 in Suspense (Audible Books & Originals)
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While with her partner, they are directed to go to a murder sight involving a drowned man. Even though she is recuperating, she gets involved more than she should and actually winds up going in the water to examine the victim. A day or two later, they are directed to go to a scene similar to the 1st. She again winds up going into the water and examine this victim as well. Later while following up on an investigation that she was doing prior to her crash, she winds up be shot at by a sniper.
She and her former partner have taken over the investigation of the drowning cases. In the end she finds that the sniper incident which related to the stolen artifacts at the museum and the drowning victims all were inter-related. By examining to information found in the museum catalog, they were able to determine a reference which correlated to the locations of the victims. They also were able to determine where the site of the next victim would be found.
The next victim wound up associated with Alex directly. To find out why the killer murdered these people, and what Alex's relationship to the last victim was then you need to read this book.
The ending brings it all in focus. The characters and story were well done.
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I couldn't take to the main character Alex, who just wanted to punch people's lights out and seemed snippy and snarky.
Her kids seemed to be awful, uncaring brats. Their mother had nearly died in a car crash but were they bothered?
So, within hours of her leaving hospital and having absolutely no memories ( although she could remember 'The Village People'!), she is back at work, being shot at, diving in freezing conditions and helping to solve murder cases. I'm sorry but at this stage I stopped reading.
This is the dramatic start to an excellent thriller. Not only must Alex find herself, she is also fighting to discover the perpetrator of a series of truly unpleasant murders. And as she grows slowly towards the unmasking of the serial killer, so too her personal memories begin to coalesce and with them comes even greater fear.
John Mefford has written a good killer thriller but the real success of this story is the way he is able to take us inside the head of a remarkable woman piecing together the clues as she struggles to rediscover her missing world. Definitely recommended.
The story follows her attempts to find out how the crash happened and if it was connected with the cases that she was working on, and leads on from there.
I loved that the story was well paced with enough speed to keep it interesting but also allows for excellent character and location descriptions.
Definitely a great introduction to a lead character, and a great read - A genuine Thriller!
I did receive an ARC of this book from the author, but I liked it so much I bought a copy as well.