The Coldest Case: A Black Book Audio Drama Audible Audiobook – Original recording
Please note: This audio drama is for mature audiences only. It contains strong language, violence, and sexual content. Discretion is advised.
James Patterson's Detective Billy Harney is back, this time investigating murders in a notorious Chicago drug ring, which will lead him, his sister, and his new partner through a dangerous web of corrupt politicians, vengeful billionaires, and violent dark web conspiracies.
In The Coldest Case: A Black Book Audio Drama, homicide detective Billy Harney sends his new partner, Kate, deep undercover in a notorious Chicago drug ring. When several members of the ring soon turn up dead, Billy abruptly pulls Kate out, blowing her cover. Kate’s informant inside the gang quickly disappears. As does the ring’s black book....
When Billy can’t find the informant, he wonders if Kate is secretly harboring her, since the two grew close during Kate's weeks undercover. As Billy and Kate investigate the ring’s murders, they’ll be pulled into a dangerous web of corrupt politicians, vengeful billionaires, drugged pro-athletes, and violent, dark web conspiracies, all in search of the missing black book.
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|Listening Length||3 hours and 52 minutes|
|Author||James Patterson, Aaron Tracy, Ryan Silbert|
|Narrator||Aaron Paul, Krysten Ritter, Nathalie Emmanuel, Beau Bridges, full cast|
|Audible.com Release Date||March 11, 2021|
|Best Sellers Rank||
#12,196 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals)
#358 in Crime Thrillers (Audible Books & Originals)
#4,827 in Crime Thrillers (Books)
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Aaron Paul's voice kept bringing to mind "Harry Bosch", and I saw Titus Welliver's face as I listened.
Although I figured out the "bad guy" early on, it was still a nail-biter. Minus one star because there were a few places that I got lost because of background noises, or not getting the "picture" from the sounds.
I truly loved how it was a drama series with the background sounds for the ears. What I love most about it is that the voices that portrayed characters of the series were well known and very distinct actors.
I am looking forward to more from Mr. Patterson in this manner.
The story was spot on, but didn’t feel very James Pattersonish! I felt like it fit the mold of a short story well! Some people can accomplish greatness with short stories and others can’t but I feel like this one was definitely successful! I was also a bit surprised by the ending, I must say!
The characters...for a short story, this book was full of them! But they were all characters of great depth! A family full of detectives...what more could you want!
And what more could you want out of actors being the narrators? The narration was obviously some of the BEST I’ve ever heard!!!!
I think that this is a great addition to what is now going to be The Black Book series!
I’m impressed with the sound quality, yet disappointed I’m limited to only the sound. Having limited use of my senses is an adjustment.
James Patterson wrote a smart intelligent crime novel. It’s an easy listening experience.
In The Coldest Case Detective Billy Harley of the Chicago police department is investigating a case against a cyber user who stole a ledger with incriminating evidence. Billy’s twin sister and father also work for the Chicago police department they are a family of respected law officials.
9 episodes. 3 hours and 52 minutes. I used 1.7x listening speed.