More than 16 years later, the doubts resurface when a new series of murders plague Stone River. And Nina isn't the only one disturbed by the resemblance of these murders to the past. Wes Powell, the cop who pursued the original case, can't ignore the eerie similarities between the crimes or their harrowing implications. Drawn back into the mystery, Nina and Wes will cross paths on their dangerous quest, and find themselves in the crosshairs of a bloodthirsty predator.
©2005 Marti Robb; (P)2006 Blackstone Audio Inc.
Sassy dialogue, humor, and a great reader are important to me.
I own way too many to re listen to this story. Once you know the ending, the author's work on this one does not seem to be worth a re listen, unless you need to go back to catch the clues for the next book. (boy are they in there!)
the stories stand along. the author uses characters to link her books and she does add a few clues to draw you into buying the next book. These are not deep books, but do have a mystery that compels you to finish.
Mitch and Wes, but I am a long time fan of the late great Anna Fields and purchased this author due to her reading it. I may purchase the other books in this series when I need an A.F. reading fix.
Kate Wilhelm's Barbara Holloway series is much better than this one
Romance, Susan E. Phillips series is her all time best.
when Wes discovers vital info
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