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Guilt by Association

Hazard and Somerset, Book 4
Lu par : Tristan James
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Everything in Emery Hazard’s life is finally going well: His boyfriend, Nico, is crazy about him; he has a loyal partner at work; and he has successfully closed a series of difficult murders. By all accounts, he should be happy. What he can’t figure out, then, is why he’s so damn miserable.  

After a fight with Nico, Hazard needs work to take his mind off his relationship. And someone in town is happy to oblige by murdering the sheriff. The job won’t be easy; the sheriff had enemies, lots of them, and narrowing down the list of suspects will be difficult. Difficult, but routine.  

The arrival of a special prosecutor, however, throws the case into turmoil, and Hazard and Somers find themselves sidelined. With an agenda of his own, the prosecutor forces the case toward his favorite suspect, while Hazard and Somers scramble to find the real killer. As the people they care about are drawn into the chaos, Hazard and Somers have to fight to keep what they love - and to keep each other. To find the killer, they will have to reveal what each has kept buried for years: their feelings for each other.  

And for Hazard, that’s a hell of a lot scarier than murder.

©2018 Gregory Ashe (P)2018 Gregory Ashe

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  • Curtis
  • 22/05/2019

People in Missouri have a southern drawl?

as someone who grew up in mid-Missouri and who's worked all over the United States, I can attest to how inaccurately the portrayal of accents are performed.

Also, everyone is an open bigot, which is lazy writing. I like the series overall because it tries, but this isn't a real representation of Missourians at all, except through the optics of someone from St Louis who has no idea what people outside the large cities are actually like.

A little more research would go a long way.

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  • C. G. Wilson
  • 14/01/2019

Finally!

An excellent series with very clever mysteries solved by our intrepid duo. It could end with this book, and I would be happy, but I hope it will not and that it goes on for at least as many more as have already been written. There were very entertaining “Tele novella” aspects, wonderfully quirky characters, and a good deal of cracking wise. There were also moments of sheer terror and sadly, all to common human hatred, hubris, greed, and stupidity. I had a very few minor editing quibbles, but nothing of import.
Mr James was the perfect narrator for this series, giving each character a distinctive voice almost to the point of sounding like a cast of actors rather than just one person. His personifications of the two main characters were spot on and really helped the listener to form perfect mental images of them. As a listener of many audio books, this is apparently not an easy task and more than one story has been ruined because of it. Happily, that is not the case here. I highly recommend this series, and suggest that one starts with the first book and moves all the way through the series. That may sound like a lot, but with Tristan James’ narration, it is a pleasure. Kudos all round.

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  • L. Burns
  • 07/01/2019

binge listening every book in the series

can't get enough of Somers and Hazard! I've binged listened each book and can't wait for the next one to come out.

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  • eric
  • 07/01/2019

The best series I have ever read

This series by Gregory Ashe is possibly the best. From the storyline to the characters to the love story that goes along with everything. And guilt by association just adds on to the amazement that is the hazard and somerset mystery. This series isn’t all released on audible yet so after reading all of them you’ll be dying for the next book to be released. 100% would recommend.

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  • Amy Begnene
  • 01/01/2019

Best series ever!

Audible has this series hard to find. Don’t miss out on the best narration and story line. Gregory Ashe made my new year with this fourth book!! I can’t wait to see what happens next.

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  • Texan2
  • 10/06/2019

Excelente!

Absolutely the best narration, the best story. Tristan James owns these characters. Fabulous listening experience

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  • AllAboutThoseBooks
  • 06/06/2019

Good match of narrator and story

Hazard and Somerset are a couple of broken Alpha males who have pined after each other for ages. This is book 4 in the series, and it's different in a number of ways. The mystery is more complicated, but steps to the side a bit, taking H and S out of direct line of fire (sort of). It's like the slight deceleration before accelerating out of a turn.

I don't love this narrator. He has a way of speaking that occasionally veers over into Christopher Walken territory, only a little deeper. He has a limited range of female voices. However, here in book 4, something clicks into place. This story has something the others don't, which is more and longer stretches of witty banter between the two main characters. Hazard, whose angst is only exceeded by his rage, has settled into town, his job, and his partnership with Somerset enough to relax and let fly a dry, sharp humor. Paired with Somerset's teasing and sometimes juvenile humor, it brings light into their relationship that wasn't there before. And the narrator nails it.

I really like this series, and the reading of this one worked well.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 14/03/2019

Captivating!

I have been all in since Book 1 and truly have not been let down once! the growth and change in the characters is amazing, the story telling is just wonderful!! can not wait to keep going!

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 24/02/2019

Excellent !

Now I have a hard decision to make. Wait for the next book. Or switch to text. Argh.

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  • Amanda McCoy
  • 17/01/2019

Yes!!!

Another great installment to the series and narration by Tristan James! All I can say is, FINALLY!!!! 😍🙂

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  • Lio
  • 26/01/2019

incredibly well done

The story once more brings old story plots into new ideas and let's us meet known friends and foes.

Tristan James does an absolutely amazing job at narrating the emotional scenes so you get all emotional, too.

can't wait to have the next two books in audio!!