As the Avenger of Blood systematically executes guilty rapists and the lawyers who finagled their freedom, a reporter has visions of this relentless vigilante in action. To her amazement, she soon finds herself in the slammer, accused of being the notorious serial killer. Deep in despair, she retains an attorney who specializes in the insanity plea.
©2008 Randy Singer; (P)2008 Recorded Books,LLC
"[Randy Singer] is every bit as enjoyable as John Grisham." (Publishers Weekly)
Singer writes a great book that kept my interest from the beginning to the end. The perp was totally unexpected, and it was interesting how the clues slowly unfold. The reader made the story enjoyable too
A-book-a-day Audio listener, mother, grandmother, citizen of the world, dog lover, kayaker, windsurfer, eccentric, eclectic semi- recluse...
You know when the narrator reaches the end of a chapter and there's a long gap...when you sometimes think you e run out of battery or somehow disconnected your device. Then, just as you look at it the narrator announces the next chapter and you sigh with relief. Well, at the end of this book I SO wanted to hear another chapter announced but, it was the END. I loved this book.
I love a good clean, edge of your seat, mystery.
It has an unusual plot with a good story line
The main character, as he tries to navigate for his client through the many suspects
He's always been an easy narrator for me to listen to
Yes, if time permits
If you've never listened to a Randy Singer book, give him a try, you won't be disappointed. He writes a good mystery, with plenty of twists and turns.
I really enjoyed this book -the twists the story took made it so interesting and well worth listening to ...I think this book is in the upper third of the books I listen to. However, I am such an eclectic reader that it is hard to rank books--I just like so many genres.
This is a legal seat belt suspense (sorry Brandilyn Collins)-a little of Brandilyn Collins, a little of Nora Roberts and a lot of twists and turns.
No but I liked his voice
I might have to listen again just to verify what I thought the ending was--I usually listen to my audio downloads at work while I am auditing a large bill for the VA --sometimes I need to go back and listen to certain sections of a book because I might have been too wrapped up in my work then I have to say huh? did I hear what I thought I heard?
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