Seven years ago, suspense novelist Andrew Thomas' life was shattered when he was framed for a series of murders. The killer's victims were unearthed on Andrew's lakefront property, and since he was wanted by the FBI, Andrew had no choice but to flee and to create a new identity. Andrew does just that in a cabin tucked away in the remote wilderness near Haines Junction, Yukon. His only link to society is by email, through which he learns that all the people he ever loved are being stalked and murdered. Culminating in the spooky and secluded Outer Banks of North Carolina, the paths of Andrew Thomas, a psychotic named Luther Kite, and a young female detective collide. Locked Doors is a novel of blistering suspense that will scare you to death.
©2005 Blake Crouch (P)2014 Blake Crouch
Disappointed again. I read the second of the Series hoping it would improve. It didn't. It became more of a caricature of a murder series. I couldn't figure out who was more cartoonish, Luther, Andrew or his parents!!! Come on Blake! I know you have better stories in you! Stop letting the grad students near your manuscripts!
I do enjoy this author but this second book and the first had some very slow parts that were great for falling to sleep to but not so great for the story. Sometimes it felt he dragged on certain bits to make the book longer. I did think it got much better towards the end and at times had me on edge. Good adios narration
I loved the first book in this series which led me to this one. I absolutely loved it from beginning to end. The character development was excellent and the narrator was the best I've listened to. I loved how he did the women. Especially Beautiful Maxine. I forgot I was listening to one man read this story I believed in each character and lost myself in the performance and story!!! loved it!!!
Love my family...along with guitars, road bikes, cameras, and a good book!
Just a great book! Love the characters, the writing, and the narration. Fabulous! Can't wait for the conclusion!
It was an average book and there are for sure better woks on Audible to chose from.
The narrator is what kept me involved. I suspect that I might have taken a very long time to complete the reading of a print version. I did not feel the author broke any new ground and he just spent more time with shotguns blazing.
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