The Harry Starke Series Books 10 – 12

(2 customer reviews)


Three complete novels. Books 10, 11 and 12. 

The Harry Starke saga continues – more than 1,000 five and four-star reviews. Now you can continue the ride: almost 900 pages of murder, mystery, sex, corruption, and revenge, all the ingredients for three mind blowing thrillers. 

From the lightning-paced quest for revenge by an assassin hired by Harry’s arch enemy in Calaway Jones, to the hunt for an ingenious serial killer in Emoji, to murder, sex, and alternative lifestyles in Hoodwinked, they will keep you listening late into the night – you won’t be able to put them down! Anyone who is a fan of Harlan Coben, Lee Child, or Tami Hoag, will love these latest stories in the Amazon best-selling Harry Starke series.

2 reviews for The Harry Starke Series Books 10 – 12

  1. Tom Casey

    What a wonderful series this is, characters that are easily imaginable and believable,
    Each book is extremely well written and flowed easily.
    This is my first read/listen to this author and I especially like this series.
    I received this audiobook set for free from the author and audiobooks unleashed and wanted to give an honest review.

  2. Jerry Harkey

    Calaway Jones = Little Billy, Harry’s archenemy who he put away for 25 years-to-life, hires an ex-Mossad agent to murder Harry, painfully. But first, she is to harass his friends and kill his wife, Amanda. Calaway Jones is up to all those tasks, easily. One harrowing experience after another has Harry chasing his own tail to find and catch his assailant. In the end, Calaway is too much for Harry, but can his friends save him? Best Harry Yet!

    EMOJI = Harry goes up against a sicko who’s a little to smart for his own good, but really builds up a body count of young innocents. Try as he might, Harry is stymied even as he’s sure of the culprit. Not to worry, maybe this time he’ll catch the bad guy without being shot and maimed?!? Read and enjoy.

    Hoodwinked = Not the strongest of the 3, but a baffling case which has Harry as the only person who believes his friend is innocent of murdering his wife. Why? There is $183M of motive and everyone else seems to know the friend is guilty. Well, it’s a shocker, and in the end, you are going to feel Hoodwinked!

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