A kidnapped bank robber fighting for his life.
A former mob enforcer with a blood debt.
A government assassin on the run.
A wisecracking private eye with only one hand.
A homicide sergeant with one week left on the job.
And three of the worst serial killers, ever.
This is where it all ends. An epic showdown in the desert, where good and evil will clash one last time.
His name is Luther Kite, and his specialty is murdering people in ways too horrible to imagine. He's gone south, where he's found a new, spectacular way to kill. And if you have enough money, you can bet on who dies first.
Legendary Chicago cop Jacqueline "Jack" Daniels has retired. She's no longer chasing bad guys, content to stay out of the public eye and raise her new daughter. But when her daughter's father, Phin Troutt, is kidnapped, she's forced to strap on her gun one last time.
Since being separated from his psychotic soulmate, the prolific serial killer known as Donaldson has been desperately searching for her. Now he thinks he's found out where his beloved, insane Lucy has been hiding. He's going to find her, no matter how many people die in the process.
All three will converge in the same place. La Juntita, Mexico, where a bloodthirsty cartel is enslaving people and forcing them to fight to the death in insane, gladiator-style games.
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By Wayne on 02-05-18
Konrath winds down his 'Jack' Daniels series
Last Call is wild, gory, crude, and profane. It has been in my Audible library for more than 13 months, so I decided to listen to it. Take out the detailed descriptions of the blood, guts, and gore and its a fine short story rather than a bad novel. Maybe Joe Konnath's brand of humor is just too sophisticated for me. The protagonist is ex-cop Jacqueline "Jack" Daniels who at age 50 is a new and first time mother. The narrator does not even try to give her a female voice. Otherwise he is very good.
8 of 8 people found this review helpful
By Dawn on 02-12-16
Konrath does it again
Konrath does it again with this latest addition to the Jack Daniels series. As always there're more twists and turns than a roller coaster. I highly recommend this installment.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful