Allison Brennan – Storm Warning

A novella, Storm Warning, by New York Times best seller Allison Brennan introduces listeners to the world of Lucy Kincaid leading up to the next in the series, Nothing to Hide

FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid and her colleague Nate are racing a severe storm, but the weather is the least of their worries….

Lucy and Nate head to rural Texas in order to take an FBI Most Wanted armed robber into custody. When they reach the jail hours from San Antonio, the local cops ask them to transport another prisoner, too, since the transfer location is on their way. With torrential rain and flash floods keeping everyone busy, Lucy and Nate dont have much of a choice but to help out.

When the two prisoners stage an escape and take a child hostage on their way, Lucy and Nate must try to rescue the boy and survive the storm, without letting these violent criminals get away.

Author: Allison Brennan
Narrator: Ann Marie Lee
Duration: 4 hours 11 minutes
Released: 19 Feb 2004
Publisher: Macmillan Audio
Language: English

User Review:

butternut imperious

Am I the only one who finds it unlikely that a criminal would leave a pile of money to run off to murder an FBI agent while hemorrhaging to death within hours of having a miscarriage? And I’m perfectly willing to stipulate that a happily married couple of main characters have a healthy sex life without having to hear all the sticky details. I totally hate having my mystery/thriller fix interrupted by porn. Should have read the author bio; I guess that would have saved me. But this book actually had 4+ ratings, so WHAAAT? Book was posted on Audible as a police procedural, but I saw no sign that the author did any homework at all. I’m always looking for new authors, since I go around all day with an iPod plugged in my ears – but I just have to find a better way to pre-screen. Life’s too short.