Shortly after his release, however, the ex-con vanishes, and a month later, a series of nightmarish, sexually motivated slayings plagues North Carolina's Outer Banks. Fearing the unthinkable, Mitch, Regan, and the FBI sweep in to confront the unspeakable: the horrifying possibility that they have set free a monster with an insatiable appetite for death and a ruthless determination to never again be caged.
©2006 Marti Robb; (P)2006 Blackstone Audiobooks
"Regan's charm and the novel's fast pace will keep readers turning the pages." (Publishers Weekly)
Although this was not a "saga," it nonetheless held my attention and made me wonder whether what we think is the truth really is. Enjoyable for a mystery that is not too deep but still holds the reader's attention.
I love Mariah Stewart and I love Anna Fields. I have read all the reviews for the "Truth" series; maybe people find Anna Fields difficult to listen to. I disagree - I love her from Barbara Holloway stories(Kate Wilhelm). This series is worth listening to!
The story was fine. It kept me interested. The narrator had a pleasant voice when she spoke as a female character. She sounded like a drunk cowboy whenever she did a male voice. It was horrible!
Unfortunately I could not get past the narrator and the many horrendous voices she was affecting to pay attention to the plot. I am not sure what she was going for but the men sounded like functional idiots and her awful intonation just overshadowed the plot.
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