Intriguing; Surprising; Thrilling
The book moved forward at a great pace because you got to 'feel' what each character was feeling and how they interacted with other characters really pulled me into the story.
Her rendition of the people was very believable using the appropriate cadence for each character giving them their own personality. I love her capacity to make Vince such an interesting character. He was my favorite!
Yes! Although I can't spent that much time sitting, I would have if I could have.
This was my first Tami Hoag audio book, although not my first Tami Hoag book, which was just as terrific as all the others I've read. If there's ever a sequel to this book, I would love to hear it, perhaps a story from Tommy's perspective as an adult in present day, maybe if he chose a career as an F.B.I. agent due to his past experiences.
This was an all-around good listen. I was very impressed with the narrator - she did a wonderful job with the voices. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and couldn't wait until the next time to listen.
Kept me guessing until the end! Narration was outstanding. Highly recommend and will be buying more from this author.
The story was ok it was light Peyton place. The story sorta dragged on with the families
Never new what happen to the kid that lost it unleaded I missed it. It was ok tho I was disappointed
This was a really nice suspenseful story. Although I thought many times that I knew who "done it", I was never really sure until the last two chapters. The side stories that occur also flow well with the main plot. It all leaves you considering what those various outcomes would lead you to do. The fact that this is set in 1985 was an added bonus. Just as the author suggests, policing had to have been so much more difficult without DNA testing, cell phone tracking, and GPS.
Keeps you in suspense from beginning to end.
I love Kristen Potter... she's such a good narrator.
I couldn't put it down until the end. Keep writing books like this one. I enjoy it a lot.
I did not want to put this book down. With several excellent possibilities for the serial killer, Ms. Hoag kept me guessing a lot longer than usual. The author's characters, especially the children, are very compelling. The main hero and heroine are likeable and their romance, though a small part of book, was gently touching. I hope we can visit them again in another mystery thriller by Ms. Hoag.
Tami Hoag presents a thriller that moves quickly, has interesting characters and,especially important, is set in 1985-before cell phones, DNA evidence and profiling. The nascent field of behavioral science is fascinating. Fans of killer thrillers will find the story intriguing. Best of all is the narrator. She is phenomenal.