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  • The Collectibles Trilogy, Book 3
  • By: James J. Kaufman
  • Narrated by: Joe Barrett
  • Length: 12 hrs and 7 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (16 ratings)

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Summary

It all started with a blind promise - now Preston Wilson faces a dilemma that will ultimately destroy him or define him.

In The Collectibles, Book One of the Collectibles trilogy, James J. Kaufman delivers the gripping and unforgettable story of Joe Hart and Preston Wilson, two strong men from different worlds - one touched by tragedy, the other by greed - brought together by a promise that changes six lives forever.

In The Concealers, Book Two of the trilogy, Kaufman's listeners meet Katherine Kelly, a budding journalist driven to find the truth. As she investigates bank fraud in Long Island, she discovers the identity of her father, only to learn that he is being drawn into her investigation. Too soon, she learns the agony and price of the truth she seeks.

In The Conciliators, the conclusion of the Collectibles trilogy, Preston Wilson's life is once again imploding - this time as headline news, bylined by Katherine Kelly. Under fire thanks to the financial shenanigans of a longtime friend, the CEO finds himself in trouble with the FBI, the Russian Mafia, and his creditors. If he doesn't come up with a plan (and quickly), he could lose everything and find himself, his wife, and his shareholders in prison.

Inspired by Joe Hart's life lessons, Preston sets a new course, vowing to fight for what matters most: his family, his friends, and the Collectibles.

©2015 James J. Kaufman (P)2015 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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Interesting story thread if a little fairy tale ish. Third book became a little schmultzy or as the author writes at one point to borrow his words dripping 'syrupy'.

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I enjoyed this last in the trilogy more than the second book. It evolved the characters and had a good ending. The narrator is good and though there was one loose end not resolved, it was at least declared to be one that wouldn’t be for fear of the Russian mob!!

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very good storytelling trilogy

Not Grisham but still a very fine storyteller, an enjoyable thread linking each book.
Joe Barrett probably the best narrator out there.

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