Starletta Duvall is an exceptional police lieutenant: tough and professional. But when a serial killer begins targeting successful young black women, the victims’ resemblance to Starletta begins to haunt her. These women are smart and independent - how could the killer gain their trust so quickly? In frustration, Starletta decides to become the bait, hoping the suspect will strike. What she can’t predict, though, is the powerful reaction she will feel. Not for the faint of heart, Do Not Go Gently is a gripping mystery and a disturbing journey into the dark recesses of a killer’s mind. Born in Chicago, Judith Smith-Levin has been a model, disc jockey, secretary, playwright, newspaper reporter, television line-producer, and bookstore owner. She made history as the first uniformed female patrol officer in Worcester, Massachusetts.
©1996 Judith Smith-Levin (P)2001 Recorded Books, LLC
Love books on tape! It's all about the narrators for me though. No matter how good the story, if the narrator doesn't cut it...
I absolutely loved this story, particularly because it was simply a detective book read by a great narrator. Nothing ghetto fab or anything like that. Just pure detective skills. It was just a change from what I usually listen to. I would LOVE to see urban fiction narrators branch out to different stories written by some of the greats that aren't necessarily urban fiction related. While I may like some of the non-urban fiction stories out there, I find most of the narrators to be extremely boring. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED BOOK!
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