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By Me & My Girls on 25-01-15
Gretchen is dead; so the love of McGee's life has just been killed, again. The only lead he has as to who the killers might be is a story Gretchen told him the night before her death. She related the story of how she and her ex-husband had gone to search for his sister. Outside the town of Ukiah, in rural Northern California they found her in a cult. So with this information McGee steps out of his life and goes hunting; he 's determined that someone will pay.
As it turns out he accidentally stumbles upon the violent side of a left-wing revolutionary group. The cult is planning on an incipient beginning of the revolution and are in training to fire the first shot; so to speak. McGee takes on a new identity as he plots his revenge. I'll stop there so as not to spoil the ending. This is one of my least favorite Travis McGee novels; it is quite different from the other books in the series. Still though the worst of the McGee books is excellent. As always when it comes to the writings of John D. MacDonald, I recommend it.
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By deepdvr_ca on 10-04-14
Love Travis McGee
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Yes, because it is part of the evolution of Travis and hi associated characters.
What was one of the most memorable moments of The Green Ripper?
Destroying the terrorist cell.
Have you listened to any of Robert Petkoff’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
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