Life has become increasingly complicated for San Francisco Inspector Peyton Brooks. With a past murder suspect living in the spare bedroom, an abusive receptionist bunking on the couch, an ex-boyfriend about to marry another woman, and her own mother in a relationship with a bigot, Peyton doesn't think her life can get much more difficult.
Until her partner of eight years is suspected of murder.
With a serial killer still on the loose in the city, Peyton must find a way to keep Marco from winding up in prison himself.
©2013 ML Hamilton (P)2015 ML Hamilton
I love the audio version because it creates a special atmosphere for the whole story that I would miss in the print version. I have an image in my head for each character because of the narrator's performance. I'm dying to know what happens next, but I won't read the following book, I'd much rather listen to it.
Yes. There are many interesting story lines in this book. Most of all I have my own theories about the bad guy and I love how the characters' personal lives get more and more complex.
Yes. I love how she narrates all of Peyton Brooks mysteries. She has great timing for all the dialogue and is an excellent performer. It's not just about reading clearly and with a good voice, you have to engage the listener and she definitely does that.
Get the audio version of this series and I guarantee that the experience will be completely different and more exciting. Can't wait for the next book!
It doesn't get any better than this. I truly love these characters. I hate it when the audiobook ends. I can't wait for the next one. Great crime. Resolution of older story lines. Fabulous unrequited love and romance. Go Peyton! Jake, Marco, Marco's family, the cops at the precinct.... It's a listeners dream of a series. I'm hooked.
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