The Intern


Publisher’s Synopsis:
The Nowhere Man is a figure shrouded in secrecy—a near legendary figure who helps the truly desperate, those with nowhere else to turn who are lucky enough to be able to reach out to him. When darkness closes in, the Nowhere Man is your last, best hope.

Before he was the Nowhere Man, Evan Smoak was a highly trained government operative known to a few as Orphan X. But he now lives by hiding in plain sight, keeping his head down and his eyes clear. So when a local summer intern for a tabloid news site finds herself trailing an aggressive reporter into a crime zone, things go terribly awry. The only person who can help her is a man with the background and the skills of the Nowhere Man.

Point of view:
3rd person.

Rellim’s Thoughts:
This is book 3.5 of the Evan Smoak series. This stands on its own and could be read at anytime in the series – even as a little preview of Hurwitz’s writing.

It’s only 30 minutes, but a fun companion to the series.

I enjoyed it, but this really should have been included as a bonus in another novel or all the shorts bundled into one – $4 (or more, depending on platform) for a 30 min audiobook is too much.

Scott Brick was great.

*Note:  If you’re buying the ebook, note that only 50% of it is the story. The rest is a preview for Dark Horse.

About the author:
You can connect with Gregg Hurwitz here:

About the narrator:
You can connect with Scott Brick here:

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