When Peyton and Marco are pulled off the most significant case of their careers, they struggle to find their equilibrium. Marco's growing distance brings out Peyton's worst insecurities, and while everyone around her seems to be moving forward in their lives, she feels stuck.
Assigned to investigate the murder of a reality star's boyfriend, Peyton questions whether her absolute dedication to her job is worth it. Then again, when she looks into the future, she doesn't see much more - except long nights filled with loneliness.
©2013 ML Hamilton (P)2015 ML Hamilton
Yes. I have listened to the previous books in the series more than once, just because I enjoy the story and I like discovering new things. I love these characters.
It did. I had my own theories so I wanted to see if I was right or not. Also the storyline of Marco and Peyton keeps getting more and more interesting.
Jake and Abe are two of my favorite. I can picture them in my mind because of her performance.
I always laugh out loud with Kelley's performance, especially if it's a dialogue that includes Jake or Peyton.
I love this series and I will be sad to reach the final book, but I am sure I will listen to the whole thing again and again.
This was my first series I ever listened to. I wasn't sure what to expect - the imagination can be so much more powerful than reality. But Author ML Hamilton and narrator Kelley Hazen are the perfect team. These audiobooks bring the story to vivid reality. I can see homicide detectives Marco and Peyton, wise-cracking Jake, the Captain with her eyebrows arched. I feel for them as they struggle both to keep San Fran safe and to find their way through the sometimes murky frustrations of being cops. My favorite part is how San Francisco comes alive - all the famous locations, the highways and parks, the restaurants and museums. It's a travelogue and love story to SF. The suspense is taut, the mysteries are cunning, the characters are fantastic.
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