In this psychological thriller, Jake Cole returns to his childhood home after his elderly father nearly kills himself by setting himself on fire and plowing through a plate-glass window. Jake’s father - a great American painter - is a man whose shadow Jake has tried to outrun since he was a boy.
Now a contractor for the FBI who possesses a unique gift for recreating crime scenes, Jake is pulled into a hauntingly familiar double homicide investigation. He recognizes the artistic signature in the slayings and realizes that he now must be after the same murderer who killed his mother when he was a child. Racing against time and a category five hurricane, Jake sets out in a race to find a monster who kills his victims in an exceptionally grisly fashion.
©2012 Robert Pobi (P)2012 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
I doubt I would read another by him
Not used the biggest cop out in literary history for an ending
Performance was ok. Couple characters sounded the same
big disappointment. Great build up to a terrible terrible ending
I wish I could have my credit back
Although it was a little predictable I really enjoyed listening to this one. The narrator created character in each voice and made it very enjoyable.
I love the voice of Luke Daniels, he can read me any thing. With that said the book is very violent and very predictable. I knew who done it less than half way through. Are they making this into a movie? Collin what his name from the Britain would make an outstanding Jake.
I haven't finished it yet but I am screaming at the stupidity of this FBI genius letting his wife and child come to see him in a place where there is someone murdering women and children and where the biggest storm in history is about to land. Really?!!!!!! It's like the old "Birds" movie where they have Tippi Hedren go into the attic.
Capable, but then anyone is better than Scott Brick.
So far not.
We'll see if I finish it.
This is a well-conceived story with plenty of twists and turns. It's right on the cusp of horror and would be a great movie. There are several possible perpetrators along the way and each time I thought I had it figured out something would occur that made me question my thinking. The sorry-line is good by itself but the narration takes it over the top. Luke Daniels really gets into the lead character and brings him to life.
This is well worth your time.
First and last book for that new author I do understand why no one bought this book. Don t waste your credit or money . Robert need to learn more about hurricane before writing about it. This novel is just to Stupid ?
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