The Anonymous Source by A.C. Fuller – Audible Book Review

The Anonymous Source

The Anonymous Source by A.C. Fuller – Book Review

Imagine you’re an intrepid young reporter who wants nothing more than to break out of the drudgery of routine courtroom reporting and into the flashy headlines of television news. Finally, you’re about to catch the break you’ve been waiting for your entire life.

You’ve been assigned to the story the entire city is watching – what appears to be a cut and dry murder case – but then, the unthinkable happens. You start receiving tips from an anonymous source who indicates that the guy on trial is innocent. At first you’re dubious – but you begin to investigate.

Strange things begin to happen. People you trust start to act untrustworthy. Could there be more to this story than meets the eye?

The Anyonmous Source is a gripping debut novel by A.C. Fuller that is narrated by Jeff Hayes on Audible – one that kept me enthralled during my entire listen! The narration is crisp and clear. Jeff is a talented vocal artist who masterfully brings the entire cast of characters and story to life. The recording is a pleasure to listen to.

The story itself actually has its roots in events that occur on the day of the 9/11 attacks. Alex Vane – our reporter for The New York Standard – finds himself drawn into a tangled web of lies, deceit, murder, and large-scale corruption that threaten to destroy him and those he cares about in the process.

If you enjoy thrillers and mysteries, then add The Anonymous Source to your reading and listening lists!

I rate this audiobook 5 out of 5 stars.

The Anonymous Source – Book Trailer

About A.C. Fuller

AC Fuller

A.C. Fuller is a writing teacher, a speaker, a podcaster and a writer whose debut book, The Anonymous Source, hit #1 in its category on Amazon after 14 revisions and publication by Booktrope.

Prior to the publication of his book, A.C. studied journalism, wrote for a few newspapers, and worked as a freelance editors.

A.C. is currently working on his next book, The Inverted Pyramid, which is scheduled for publication during the Summer of 2016.

A.C. currently resides in the Pacific Northwest with his wife and his two dogs, where he writes, teaches at Northwest Indian College, and tries to cook things his children will eat.

About Jeff Hays

Jeff Hayes

Jeff Hays is a professional voice artist – a one man theater who brings your story to life on the aural stage. His goal is to breathe life into characters, to paint scenery with words, and to give voice to your adventures so that listeners will be captured by their own imaginations as they listen to your beloved stories. You can listen to samples of his work by visiting his website in the links below.

Resources

For More Information

For More Great Books

Book Nook 200

Stay In Touch!

Follow Create With Joy On:

Disclosure: I received a copy of this book from the narrator through AudiobookBoom for review purposes. The opinions expressed in this review are entirely my own.

Copyright © 2016 by Create With Joy. All Rights Reserved.
If you see this content posted elsewhere, please contact the site owner.
Thank you for helping to prevent content theft!

4 Responses to “The Anonymous Source by A.C. Fuller – Audible Book Review”

Read below or add a comment...

  1. Tina at Mommynificent
    Twitter: mommynificent
    says:

    That sounds like such a great book! Almost like a John Grisham-type plot. I think we’d love it! Thanks for sharing this at Booknificent Thursday on Mommynificent.com!
    Tina

  2. Marie Moody
    Twitter: Xmasdolly
    says:

    Well, I do enjoy thrillers and I do enjoy mysteries and if you do too then you’re on my side of the room. This sounds like a very busy book to keep me going and not fall asleep because that’s what reading does to me. Thrillers has a tendency to keep me on the edge of my chair so if this is the case and I think it is it’s time to pick up this book and give it a go!!!

Thanks for visiting Create With Joy! Your comments are greatly appreciated!

*

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.