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All the Dead Were Strangers (Conrad Voort #3)

3.69 of 5 stars 3.69  ·  rating details  ·  106 ratings  ·  9 reviews
Conrad Voort, the sexy and charismatic NYC detective, takes on a dangerously invisible killer in the most textured, complex and commercial Ethan Black thriller yet. . .

Voort meets his childhood friend Meechum at a downtown bar for a drink and a disturbing conversation. His long-lost friend is paranoid and troubled, and vaguely hints at a military career gone terribly wrong...more
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Published September 11th 2001 by Brilliance Audio (first published 2001)
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I didn't ultimately like this book as much as its predecessor, Irresistible, but it was still quite good. It pulled me along nicely until the end, which for some reason seemed somewhat anticlimactic to me and harder to get through.

Of course, a good strong story line is nice and this book has that. But strangely enough, one thing that draws me to fiction, and this work of fiction in particular,is the truths and ponderings about life and people that we can receive through it.

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I have to admit I picked up this audio because...I'm in love with James Daniels' voice. This story about a police detective who investigates seemingly unconnected people on the request of a childhood friend was engaging, although I managed to lose interest at parts of it.
All the Dead were Strangers is a really thriller… Detective Conrad Voort is back for his second in this series and this time he's tracking down the list of names his childhood friend gave him on a napkin just before that friend died in an 'accidental' fire.
I really enjoyed this book, very well writing and really grabbed me from the start.
Mary G.
It was really good read. At the time I wanted to read more in the series.
Voort is a great detective! Great villan also.
Fairly decent thriller.
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