River of No Return: A Jake Trent Novel

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: David Riley Bertsch

Narrated By: Peter Berkrot

Publisher: Blackstone Audiobooks

Date: January 2015

Duration: 10 hours 44 minutes


A Wyoming fishing guide must return to his investigative roots to find his best friend’s girlfriend in the second book of this thrilling series that “fans of C. J. Box and Nevada Barr will relish” (Library Journal).

High season is coming to an end, and fishing guide Jake Trent suddenly has some time on his hands. As the ex-lawyer ponders rekindling his romance with park ranger Noelle Klimpton, a surprise call from a long-lost love lights up his phone.

It’s been years since law school graduation, when Jake last saw Divya Navaysam. Now a DC lobbyist, Divya wants Jake to come to Washington for a consulting job—immediately.

Meanwhile, back in Jackson, Jake’s best friend and occasional employee, J.P., is dealing with his own romantic woes. After years of bad luck in love, J.P. has fallen for Esma. But after a perfect summer, J.P.’s new girlfriend is now back in her native Mexico—and before long, she seems to have gone off the grid completely. When local police offer little help, a distraught J.P. turns to Jake. To find Esma, Jake must navigate a heated relationship with his ex-flame in Washington. Jake’s renegade investigation leads him to a remote cabin in Idaho—and a series of discoveries that point to a conspiracy bigger than anything anyone could have imagined.

David Riley Bertch’s second installment in the Jake Trent series is a rollicking, juicy thriller—with a twisting plotline involving immigration, overpopulation, dirty politicians, and international intrigue. Now, “Jake Trent will be the next in line for suspense/thriller readers to adore” (Suspense Magazine).

“A fishing guide with a shadowy past is lured into an explosive situation…A majestic setting, plenty of action, and a scary look at the possibilities of new technologies.”—Kirkus Reviews


  • Glenice N.

    Less about fishing and more info about the people in the story. Time line was annoying. The story was good but left the reader hanging a bit

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