But the killer has just begun. Kerney's horse, a mustang he'd gentled and trained, is vicously and senselessly destroyed; a dead rabbit is left on his doorstep; and a second victim with ties to the criminal justice system is found in her bed with her throat cut along with the warning: Everyone Dies.
As a time of joy turns into a nightmare, Kerney and Sara search desperately for a seemingly unstoppable chameleonlike killer who promises to murder them and their unborn son.
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the narrator. he did a good job keeping in character. I'm ready for another Kearney novel.
Not to bad. Some of the other reviews didn't like Patrick Lawlor as a narrator. I didn't find anything wrong with him. He isn't George Guidall but not many narrators are. Everyone Dies isn't McGarrity's best work but it isn't bad. The main antagonist is a real nasty piece of work. I sure hope McGarrity didn't build this character after a real life bad guy. Nice quick read.
Narrator appears to yell his way through this book. I found my mind wandering elsewhere, and would turn it off and forget about it, or go to a different book. I have tried to listen to it 4 times because I couldn't remember it. It was like a new book each time. This guy didn't even leave a memory. How sad is that? Well, I bought it, so it means I will have to try for a 5th time a month from now, because it ran on my player without me, so I still can't say whether the story is a good one or not.
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