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    Sequel to Absinthe of Malice.

    Miki St. John believed happy endings only existed in fairy tales until his life took a few unexpected turns...and now he’s found his own.

    His best friend, Damien, is back from the dead, and their new band, Crossroads Gin, is soaring up the charts. Miki’s got a solid, loving partner named Kane Morgan - an inspector with the SFPD whose enormous Irish family has embraced him as one of their own - and his dog, Dude, at his side.

    It’s a pity someone’s trying to kill him.

    Old loyalties and even older grudges emerge from Chinatown’s murky, mysterious past, and Miki struggles to deal with his dead mother’s abandonment, her secrets, and her brutal murder while he’s hunted by an enigmatic killer who may have ties to her.

    The case lands in Kane’s lap, and he and Miki are caught in a deadly game of cat and mouse. When Miki is forced to face his personal demons and the horrors of his childhood, only one thing is certain: The rock star and his cop are determined to fight for their future and survive the evils lurking in Miki’s past.

    ©2018 Rhys Ford (P)2018 Dreamspinner Press

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    • sumo canary
    • 21/12/2018

    ford hits it out of the park again

    ford hits it out of the park again and again and again . . . six times with the sinner:s gin series. two go arounds with this series and i:m sure i will do it again. rhys i bow to your poetic and literary greatness.

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    • Kindle Customer
    • 06/12/2018

    Great Story!! Great Performance!! Great Writing

    I own this entire series and I am so in love with all of the characters of the series. My first introduction to this series was through the audio version and I was hooked. The story is tragic, but the development of characters and the story line make this one of the best books I have ever read. The story line gets heavy, but its moments in this book that had me laughing so hard. Everyone's sense of humor is amazing!! Tristan James is WONDERFUL performing this entire series!! I love his voice. He is so good with different voices from different cultures. It doesn't sound weird of strained. He is just awesome!!! This story, Tristan's voice, and the writing will not let you down!! You will be very happy you listened to this story!!

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    • Teresa
    • 31/03/2021

    Wonderful.

    I really love this series, this final book was beautifully done. Once again Tristan James has done a superb job in narrating it.

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    • Sherri J. Delgado
    • 22/10/2020

    Wonderful Series

    I love this whole series and have listened to it several times. Rhys Fords characters are interesting, funny, heartwarming, lovable and her stories are engaging. The narrator Tristan James tells the story beautifully.

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    • Cynthia Lewis
    • 30/09/2020

    all 5 stars!

    I love all Rhys Ford books! they are captivating! they have love, heart, suspense. they keep you wanting to read! they keep you up late because yoy don't want to stop!

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    • Bunty
    • 27/07/2019

    ABSOLUTELY AWESOME. GREAT ENDING TO A GREAT SERIES

    Wow, I love the whole series and book 6, the last book win hands down. Brilliant writer and great imagination, the plot is truly awesome. The story flows flawlessly and Tristan James' performance is superb. I can't find the words to say enough how much I love this series. Thank you Rhys Ford for your awesome writing and wonderful imagination. I am looking forward to more books from you.

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    • Murphy Irene
    • 27/04/2019

    Sinner Series

    I love this series and these characters. Truly wish it had not ended! As a reader you get very invested in some characters.

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    • Morgan A Skye
    • 31/12/2018

    Love this combo

    I think – for the most part – that Rhys is a wonderful writer but that you do have to want a certain type of drama to enjoy her stories. She excels at bringing us characters in pain and giving them some sort of resolution. In this series everybody has their back story filled with pain and some with anguish. We couple it with a current bout of violence and luckily the wall of Morgans are there to help keep the tide at bay. I think – though I’ve loved this series so much – that it has come to it’s natural conclusion and aside from some cute side stories - this is a needed/warranted ending.

    As for the narration- Tristan James is amazing. He’s got this sexy as hell voice and he’s also pretty good at setting the mood for a story with his pacing and energy. For some reason, however, this time around, the voice he chose for Miki is a bit off from what he’d chosen before and it bugged me. Miki didn’t sound like himself – he sounded … softer? I don’t know – but it didn’t match previous narrations. It’s a small thing and definitely doesn’t detract from the rest of the story and all the lovely accents – but it did bug me a little.

    In any case – fans of the series will be sad to see this one but love it at the same time. It’s not a standalone so don’t start with this one!

    Recommended!

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    • Annika
    • 15/11/2018

    I'm sad to say goodbye

    This series.... it's been a roller coaster beginning to end. There has been so many highs and lows, we've loved and lost, mostly loved though. No doubt about it, Sinners has been an amazing series and one I'm sad to see end. I read and reviewed the printed version of Sin and Tonic back in May and I couldn't wait for it to be relieased into audio so I could experience it once more.

    Anyway, this book is in a way about closure and answers, but also a beginning and starting anew. Ever since the first book there we had questions that were never really answered and this book neatly ties it all together - not without some major and sometimes dangerous struggles and effort. We find out about Miki's family, where he came from and how he ended up where he did. But more than that we see him starting to truly letting it go, taking steps to truly getting better. To move forward with his life. His life with Kane. His life with and a part of the Morgan clan. I loved how he took steps towards that family.

    It's not a secret that Tristan James isn't my favourite narrator, or even on my top 10 list. But on the other hand he narrates some of my favourite books, or the ones I'm most looking forward to. So sooner or later I will pick up more of his narrations, and I'm gladly going to listen to them. He's not a bad narrator by any stretch of the imagination, for me he ends up somewhere in the middle of the scale. I love his voice, there's something comforting and soothing about it. But on the other and, James most often narrates (reads) in a very monotone way that for me makes it easy to drift off to somewhere else. My personal preference is when narrator performs the book and lives the story and with the characters. However that's not James’s style and I know that there are a ton of people out there loving everything James say and will have a blast listening to this book and not have the hang-ups that I have.

    One thing that never fails when Tristan James is narrating is the brilliant accents, especially the Irish ones. He nails them every time and it adds another layer, and makes the characters so much clearer in your mind. He manages to give each Morgan a separate voice with a great accent to boot. And while he might not add much feeling or performance to his narration he still brings you the warmth of the Morgan clan to you. You become a part of it - whether you want to or not. You are brought to the fold by Donal and mothered by Brigid. Even Dude, the dog, comes through so clearly. No doubt about it, Tristan James is a talented narrator and I've enjoyed the hours I spent listening to this story.

    So I couldn't quite manage to keep things short and to the point. But... this book.. there's just so much to say, to talk about. And I might possibly try to stretch things out so I don't have to say goodbye to these characters, this family just yet. Spending time with them these past 6 books have been a privilege and an honour. I'm grateful for every moment of it.

    A copy of this book was generously provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review for Love Bytes.

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    • Janice Birnie
    • 12/11/2018

    The perfect ending to a superb series.

    Sin and Tonic is the sixth, and final novel in Rhys Ford’s superb Sinners series and can not be listened to as a stand-alone. This series is one of my all time favourites, showcasing Rhys Ford’s masterful writing skills and Tristan James’ pitch perfect narration.

    Miki St. John was abandoned as a very young child and went through hell on earth growing up in and around San Fransisco’s Chinatown. He had to learn how to defend his body, and protect his soul, to survive. Meeting Damie, his brother in all but blood, saved Miki and put him on a path to the highest level of stardom with their band Sinner’s Gin. Tragic circumstances left Miki alone and barely hanging on thanks to an irascible dog named Dude.

    Enter Kane Morgan, the last person Miki should be prepared to trust. A cop, coming from a large Irish family of cops, Kane seems like the last person Miki would allow into his life. All these years later, not only are Kane and his family firmly entrenched, but Damien is back and they’ve formed a new band, Crossroads Gin. The story of Miki’s tragic past has been gradually revealed over the course of this series but questions still remain. Where did Miki come from? Why was he abandoned? Who are his parents? Are they still alive? In order for Miki to truely heal and move on with his life he needs closure on the past. Sin and Tonic provides Miki and the listener with all the answers, and Rhys Ford certainly doesn’t let us down in providing that closure.

    Sin and Tonic is everything you could hope for in the conclusion of a series that has became one of my all time favourites. I’ve loved snarky, smart, warrior/survivor Miki from the very beginning. Kane, with his calm sweet loving manner, combined with his kick ass cop persona, is the perfect foil for Miki’s drama. The magnificent Morgan clan add so many layers to this story, from fabulous fiery matriarch Brigid, to the siblings and their partners who are intricate to the ongoing journey. I adored every single member of this made and blood family but my personal favourite has to be patriarch Donal. The relationship he forms with Miki is everything a son could hope for, and bought me to happy tears on more than one occasion. I adore strong male characters who aren’t afraid to show their feelings and the Sinners series has them in spades.

    Sin and Tonic, and the whole Sinners series, is a superbly crafted story about a beautiful soul’s journey from the very worst life can throw at him to a realistic, hard fought for, HEA. The journey is fraught with murder and mayhem, but also found family, acceptance and so much love.
    In the hands of Tristan James’ superlative voice acting Rhys Ford’s words come alive in the best way imaginable. His accents, emotion, pace, everything really, are flawless.
    I can not recommend this Audiobook highly enough and having listened to the whole series more than once it will remain on my tbl list permanently.