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The Coldest Case: The Past Has a Long Memory

By: James Patterson, Aaron Tracy, Ryan Silbert
Narrated by: Aaron Paul, Krysten Ritter, Beau Bridges, Greta Lee, Kevin Pollak, Jordan Bridges, Terrence Terrell, Patton Oswalt, full cast
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Summary

The follow-up to the number one smash hit The Coldest Case: A Black Book Audio Drama.

Someone is committing random murders across Chicago—and making sure detectives Billy Harney (Aaron Paul) and Patti Harney (Krysten Ritter) are first on the crime scene. What connects the victims, and why is the killer leaving clues behind with each body? Billy and Patti are scrambling to stop the next killing when their father, Chief of Detectives Dan Harney (Beau Bridges), is kidnapped. But in their race to track him down, they uncover pieces of his past that simply can’t be true. Could their own flesh and blood be covering up a dark secret?

James Patterson does it again with the latest entry in the Billy Harney Thriller series. Packed with twists, turns, and shocking revelations, The Coldest Case: The Past Has a Long Memory grabs you in minutes and doesn’t let go. Aaron Paul, Krysten Ritter, and Beau Bridges return to their roles, joined by an all-star cast including Greta Lee, Kevin Pollak, Jordan Bridges as young Dan Harney, and Patton Oswalt as himself. The crackling performances are paired with a jaw-dropping, immersive sound design that puts you in the heart of the action.

Please note: This audio drama is for mature audiences only. It contains strong language, violence, and sexual content. Discretion is advised.

Available in Dolby Atmos on Audible.

©2024 James Patterson, Friendly Heights, Inc., and Origin Story Entertainment, LLC (P)2024 Audible Originals, LLC.

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A lot of fun, action packed, highly enjoyable.Kristen Ritter embodies her character perfectly like the pro she is.

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This was a really entertaining full cast audio performance ( short story)a typical James Patterson story… really well done

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Bang average. Unnecessarily cringeworthy.

I can't get behind the cheesy one liners when there's murder involved and people's lives are at stake.

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