A Medal of Honor recipient married to a former Playboy Playmate of the Year, Hub Walker resides in the swanky San Diego enclave of La Jolla overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Logan is convinced that working for Walker will be little more than a paid vacation - a chance not only to rub shoulders with a living legend but also to rekindle his own relationship with his enticing ex-wife, Savannah. But after flying to San Diego in his beloved aging Cessna, the Ruptured Duck, Logan is quickly drawn into a vexing and deadly jigsaw puzzle. The deeper he digs, the murkier the truth appears and the more danger he encounters. Who really killed the war hero’s daughter, and why? Somebody in "America’s Finest City" wants to keep Logan from asking questions and will stop at nothing to silence him.
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By S Logan on 14-08-15
Great Story, Bad Narration
Freed did a masterful job once again putting together an incredible story that had me engaged from beginning to end... The problem? I couldn't wait for the end to arrive! Keith Szarabajka's narration, in my opinion, was a flat, dull, mind numbingly boring portrayal of Cordell Logan that I've come accustomed to hearing from Ray Porter.. It reminded me of Walter Cronkite reading a play... He made every single character sound like a 70 yr old stoner who could care less about whatever "intense" moment they were apart of.. It was as though he was reading the book to elementary kids with the way he used his inflections... It was very sad to hear actually... David Freed is a terrific author and the Cordell Logan books are among the best I've read/heard to date.. If it had been Ray Porter on narration this book would've easily gotten 5 stars across the board... Unfortunately that was not the case.. The story was good enough though to pull the horrendous narration along and find a 4 star...
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By Kim on 28-08-14
It's just not the same without Ray Porter
Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?
Sure, Book 2 will tie into Book 3. I had to listen to it.
What did you like best about this story?
The end of it.
Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Keith Szarabajka?
Was Fangs Out worth the listening time?
Sure, like I said, I needed to get to Book 3
Any additional comments?
I'm sure Book 2 was as good as Book 1, but I wanted to be listening to Ray Porter. I just simply couldn't wait for it to be over so I could listen to Mr. Porter narrate Book 3.
16 of 17 people found this review helpful