The top two detectives in Rockton, Illinois, Max Larkin and Jesse Fairlane, are pursuing a man who brutally raped a woman and murdered her boyfriend. In Miss Me?, the third book in the Max Larkin Detective Series, they get teamed up with FBI Agent Timothy Michaels. He informs them that the man has been raping women for more than a decade, and they're no closer to catching him today than they were back then.
Everything in the files points to just one man: a man who doesn't care if he leaves his DNA and fingerprints everywhere at the scenes. Is he arrogant, or does he have a man on the inside keeping him one step ahead? The trust between Max and Jesse couldn't be stronger, but Agent Michaels is another story. Is he the mole feeding information to the perpetrator, or is he just another pawn in this maniac's game?
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In this action packed story, Detectives Max Larkin and Jesse Fairlane are looking for a man who has raped and murdered. This audiobook is a really action packed, full of excitement and mystery. The tension escalates as you go through the story, following the attempts of the detectives and the FBI agent in tracking down the culprit.However, they soon find themselves teamed up with FBI Agent Timothy Michaels, who informs them that the man they are looking for has in fact been raping women for a decade. Despite the best efforts of the law enforcement agencies, and incredibly, the fact that he makes no effort to hide his DNA, he is still at large!What’s more, the rapist insist on ‘marrying’ his victim before he carries out the act. Why is this? What reasoning for this lies within his twisted mind? The author has yet again combined all the essential ingredients for a really great crime thriller, a gripping plot, great characters, and I have to say, without spoiling it for readers, that the storyline has a fantastic twist at the end!
Definitely the last...
This is the third audiobook in the Max Larkin, Detective crime thriller series and having thoroughly enjoyed the first two I couldn’t wait to start listening to this one. I have to say although part of a series it stands alone perfectly as well, although I can guarantee that after it, you will want to listen to the rest!
The writing at a 5th grade level was a disappointment. The dialog of the characters would be perfect for an awful made-for-tv movie.
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