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0 out of 50 out of 50 out of 50 out of 50 out of 5 0.00 (0 ratings) (rate this audio book) Author: J. A. Jance Narrator: James Eckhous Publisher: HarperCollins Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Related: The Joanna Brady Mysteries Release Date:
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Butch Dixon has been taken for a ride …

Not a jump in the car, see the sights kind of ride. He’s been taken for everything he has. He’s lost his house, his restaurant business, his savings, his car, his best friend, and his faith—all to his conniving ex-wife. But that was seven years ago. He picked himself up, left Chicago, and started over in Peoria, Arizona, running the Roundhouse Bar and Grill. He doesn’t look back on those bad years; there’s no point. Not until two curious cops show up at the Roundhouse.

Faith, Butch’s ex-wife, has been murdered, and the evidence points to him. Stunned, Butch quickly realizes that the black-hearted woman is going to ruin him again—from her grave. Luckily for Butch, the Old Blue Line, a group of retired—but still sharp and tenacious—former legal and law enforcement coots have taken it upon themselves, as a favor, to make sure he doesn’t cross that thin line. After the dust settles, Butch’s life is again upended—when a little red-haired ball of fire, Sheriff Joanna Brady, takes a seat at his bar.

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  • “Jance’s artistry keeps the reader guessing—and caring.”

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About the Narrator

James Eckhouse graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1976. He didn’t start appearing onscreen until the early 1980s, when he began scoring minor roles in films like Will There Really Be a Morning? and Trading Places. Then, in 1990, Eckhouse was cast in Beverly Hills 90210. The show was a major hit, and Eckhouse played the part of Jim Walsh for the next eight years. Afterward he maintained a thriving acting career, making appearances on a wide variety of popular television shows, such as Without a Trace, Dharma & Greg, and CSI.