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PsyCop, Book 6
Written by: Jordan Castillo Price
Narrated by: Gomez Pugh
Series: PsyCop, Book 6
Length: 12 hrs and 6 mins
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For the past dozen years, Victor Bayne has solved numerous murders by interrogating witnesses only he can see - dead witnesses. But when his best friend Lisa goes missing from the sunny California campus of PsyTrain, the last thing he wants to find there is her spirit.

Disappearing without a trace in a school full of psychics? That's some trick. But somehow both Lisa and her roommate have vanished into thin air. A group of fanatics called Five Faith has been sniffing around, and Lisa's email is compromised.

Time is running out, and with no ghosts to cross-examine, Vic can't afford to turn down any offers of help. An old enemy can provide an innovative way to track Vic's missing friend, and he enters into an uneasy alliance - even though its ultimate cost will ensnare him in a debt he may never manage to settle.

©2011 Jordan Castillo Price (P)2015 Jordan Castillo Price

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  • ALLIE
  • 2015-11-30

At the risk of sounding like a broken record...

Fabulous storyline...fabulous voice actor! Can't wait for Spook Squad to be performed by Gomez!
It's funny how many subtleties and sheer funniness you miss while reading that you catch while listening that makes you marvel at the genius work of both author and narrator.
All I can say is 'Thank you Jordan and Gomez!'

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  • Rachael
  • Phoenix, AZ USA
  • 2015-12-12

Must Read Series!

This was another excellent addition to this series.. We get to see Victor gain a few abilities and the return of the GhosTV as they attempt to figure out what is going on with Lisa.

As usual the plot is crazy twisty and hard to put down. The men are crazy hot and I can't help but love Victor's wittiness while panting over Jacob's hotness and the way he cares for Victor.

Gomez does an excellent job of narrating once again bringing live to the already great book written by Ms Price.

Can't wait for more of these characters especially after the little surprise we get at the end!!!

I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Inked Rainbow Reads.

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  • Patricia
  • 2015-12-06

Love 'em all!

This series is an automatic download for me. Victor 's thoughts are so 'off-the-wall!!!' Jordan is s very talented author & where she comes up with this stuff is beyond me & beyond funny & entertaining. Well worth a credit.

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  • Kristina
  • United States
  • 2016-01-14

Dear Jordan and Gomez

I heart you - you're a winning combination - lightening in a bottle. Even though I read this via ebook version, the moment that the audio came out there was no hesitation to purchase it.

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  • Donald
  • Louisville, Georgia, United States
  • 2016-01-07

Interesting...

This book is part of a series and I have not read any of the other previous books. With that said, I am not sure that this is a stand alone book because much of the primary character's angst centered on past experiences and the story did not explain much of what happened in the past, other than it was not good. I think I would be better served going back and starting from #1 in order to get the full gist of the story. That said, I did enjoy this book and I liked it for the most part. The paranormal genre can certainly draw one in. Though I was a bit lost of some of the history of the intertwining characters, I enjoyed the basics of the story and the dynamics between the two lead characters. I will be curious to see where the next chapter takes them...but first, back to the beginning! Additionally, the narrator did an excellent job distinguishing the characters and added to the story.

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  • El
  • 2015-12-15

More entertaining than watching your (ghost)TV!

I've listened to other Psycop books read by Gomez Pugh, and I'm always ridiculously pleased with them. He is probably the best matched narrator I've ever found for an audio book... He does every character's voice perfectly, but his Vic is so spot on that I now hear Gomez's voice when I'm reading the books! Outstanding.

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  • Libros Lover
  • Booklandia
  • 2015-12-11

GhosTV- That's the Spirit

I am always so pumped when a PsyCop novel/audiobook comes out. I've been waiting for this one with baited breath as it is the longest in the series and I could listen to Gomez Pugh all day...and night. I even warmed to Dreyfuss; as sleazy as he is. The characterizations were on point and Victor and Jacob remain my favorite m/m couple evah. Still, I wanted more Crash and Ms. Mattie as well as more of Jacob's family. Already can't wait to get the next one. Thanks Jordan and Gomez 👍🏽👏🏽🌈

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  • Victoria
  • Texas
  • 2015-12-11

Vic looks good with confidence

Loved it! Great story, characters, humor, and mystery. Gomez knocked it out of the park with his narration.

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  • Cranky Reader
  • KC, MO
  • 2019-12-08

Even better than the last one

The characters are developing more complexity, as are the plots. Interesting series. This particular installment was pretty compelling.

Steam. Med-low. There is M/M sex on page but not often. It seems to regularly go by the wayside toward the ends of the books.

Narration: continues to be excellent & high quality.

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  • Clau
  • 2019-10-08

This is about being athletic and Vic's hair :P

Okay, is not, but is kind of a running theme during the whole the book. A remark done by Jacob's sister has Vic wanting to be more athletic. Well, not really wanting-wanting, more like being sarcastic about everybody's else athletism :P And Crash give him an awesome hair-cut and he looooooooooves it. As Jacob does, too.

But the real problem here is that Lisa has gone missing from PsyTrain, and Vic and Jacob are more than ready to go to California and investigate... and so does Dreyfuss. Who just happens to be in the airport when one of the drug dogs goes berserk at Vic, and the airport guards decide that Vic needs a more thorough search, Yeah, you can imagine how well that will go, don't you? But instead of a security officer, is Dreyfuss who shows up. And a deal is made: a charter flight to California in exchange for an exorcism, and Dreyfus presence at PsyTrain as the investigation goes on.

The three of them find that Lisa's roommate has gone missing previously, and while they are there, two more disappearances happen: one of the teachers and the shaman who helped Jacob to get rid of the ghost of the Criss Cross killer.

Vic finally! gets his hands on a GhostTV, And okay, is Dreyfus who got it, and is Dreyfuss too who managed to 'extract' the instructions to make it work. But hey! gift horse and all that!

And, thanks to the GhosTV, he and Jacob had awesome astral sex, they discover Jacob's cool psych power and Dreyfuss' freaky one. And we (and Vic) discover how insecure Jacob feels about Vic's commitment to their relationship. I think it was here when I really accepted that Jacob was the best thing that could have happened to Victor. I know, I know, it took me a long time, but I eventually got it, didn't I? :P

And I also think that yes, Dreyfuss has his own agenda, but he is also trying very hard to keep all the psychics safe. Which is a cool consequence of the fact that, when astral, everybody is Carolyn, and has to be truthful. I love that, I really, really loved that! And Vic is the only one who can remember what happens there, yay!

Oh! and we also get to know yet another ex-Camp Hell: Faun Windsong. Who has also changed her name, and is now Katrina Wojtowicz, and the girlfriend to Chekotah, the shaman.

The plot is fantastic; the characters keep getting better and better; we see how Vic is growing and beginning to deal with all his emotional baggage, and, well, just listen to it! Because this is simply fantastic.

And let's not forget about Gomez Pugh, who keeps doing a superb job narrating this series :)