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Cajun Justice

Narrated by: Kevin Stillwell
Length: 10 hrs and 45 mins
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This new stand-alone thriller from the world's number-one best-selling author follows ex-Secret Service agent Cain Lemaire as he uncovers the dark secrets hidden beneath the Tokyo streets.

The bayou is a unique place to live, and it provides a grit and passion to any who hail from it, including Cain Lemaire, an ex-Secret Service agent from New Orleans. Cain had the dream job he had always wanted, protecting the president, until a single night resulted in a scandal that lost him his post. Needing a new direction for his life and with help from his sister who works in Japan, Cain takes a job in Tokyo as head of security detail for a very successful and important CEO. What he thought was a simple security post unravels a tangled web of corruption, greed, and extortion, but now Cain is on his own and without the wealth of resources he had with the Secret Service. Years of training and international missions kick in as he races to find justice that only way a born and raised Cajun can do.

©2020 James Patterson and Tucker Axum III (P)2020 Hachette Audio

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  • Richard N Chodera
  • 2020-08-01

Different feel for a Patterson story

This book had a different tone from anything of his that I have read. It was engaging and a good story though. Well worth the read, or listen, if you consume books like I do these days.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2020-07-29

great book

loved the book hope there will be more like this one. I really loved the the title

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  • David S Stanley Jr.
  • 2020-07-17

Highly Improbable

Even though this book is better than Patterson’s recent output of quantity over quality short stories, the patchwork plot of this book has left little time to truly develop the characters. Placing the novel in the beautiful nation and culture of Japan is most noteworthy and is, in my opinion, what placed this novel from completely mediocre to intriguing.
If the plot was given a true chance to be developed it would gave been much better than the hit and run short story that in my opinion sadly is.
After reading this I was left with an empty feeling, as if I’d just awaken from an nightmare that had never happened.

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  • Karl Jensen
  • 2020-08-02

The greatest fail by a renowned writer.

Picture this: Your specialty is threat assessment. Your principle tells you that he is concerned about the Yakuza. Later your convoy survives an ambush by probably the Yakuza. You and your sister then have a physical altercation at a club with the Yakuza and they get her purse. You say that’s bad, leave your sister and go away to a retreat. Later find out your sister is kidnapped. DUH! Did Patterson not read what the co-writer wrote?

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  • MARGIE CALLAHAN
  • 2020-08-01

Great Story

Wonderful insight to life and character study of the JapaneseAlso great descriptions of land. Awesome