Someone who enjoys following the heinous killings of a psychopath.
Not another Dallas novel by Robb
Disappointment. I have been reading and listening to this series from the start. This one has no plot, lacks the usual interesting dialogue, and was incredibly blatant (the story begins with the killing of a woman with 53 knife thrusts and then goes quickly to a man hit 30 times with a bat.)
one of Dr Delaware's traits is his derailed description of an individual or scene in this story he sets a new standard for ad nauseum. for example in one scene the doc reads out every item and it's cost to the penney on a receipt for equipment bought by Milo. this included the "9% California sales tax." thus is only one example of needless filler throughout this story.
and yes it is Hitchcock in brilliance. a wonderful journey with fascinating characters and many subtleties.
If the story was actually what was advertised.
If I had know what genre this story really was I would never have purchased it.
Not for me
The description of this book is VERY misleading. It talks about the 'witness's' photographic memory and witness protection. That sounded intriguing to me. However, within a few minutes of the story beginning you learn that the witness actually has what can only be described as mystical / clairvoyant powers. That is of no interest to me. I really feel I was mislead by how Audible described this story.
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