Freelance photographer Lindsey Grayson had planned a quiet morning snapping photos in the forest. When she becomes the only witness to a vicious double murder, she's glad that she has her camera ready. Lindsey quickly and quietly documents the event and then alerts the authorities.
She doesn't expect to become embroiled in the mystery, but when her photos hit the news, the killer realizes he didn't go undetected. He won't think twice about eliminating a witness. Lindsey's world is soon turned upside down as she finds herself fighting to stay alive and bring the killer to justice.
©2011 Rae Cuda (P)2015 Rae Cuda
Yes because I enjoy being able to do other things at the same time as listening to the book.
As I get older I enjoyed that a older woman was the hero, not to underestimate her.
I extremely like the closure at the end when she confronted Jorge. I found the word maybe at the end to be cautious yet powerful.
Very good looking read (Listen) =)
It was a great listen with a fresh, realistic main character to root for.
I loved that the main character is an older woman who doesn't let age get in her way when it comes to bringing in a killer.
I loved the beginning when she accidently witnesses a shooting while taking pictures - great lead in to the story.
Yes it is and I did!
Can't wait for the sequel to come out as an audio book - I've read it and loved it, but something about having the story read aloud gives it a new life.
Although brief this story was well told and well narrated.
I felt like I was hiding in the backseat with Lindsey as she made her way through this adventure.
I could hear and feel the emotion and stubbornness coming from each and every character. So refreshing when compared to the deadpan style of so many others I have heard.
I was amazed as the main character was able to step into the role of reporter at the shooting with calm collectiveness instead of freaking out as any normal person would have done.
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