Some Killers Come Back For More
The killer's depravity is insatiable. What he does to his victims is unthinkable. Homicide detective turned P.I. Frank Quinn has seen this M.O. before. A demented ritual, it's the work of Daniel Danielle - a notorious serial killer who blurs the line between male and female, human and monster. Danielle disappeared ten years ago. Is a copy cat repeating the crimes? Or has Danielle made a deadly return? Either way, this time the killing won't stop....
©2012 John Lutz (P)2012 Random House Audio
I actually like books by this author but, after a time, they all tend to follow the same type of story line. What keeps me listening to them is Scott Brick. He can turn any story, good or poor, into a winner. Some other listeners are not so enthralled by his type of narration but it works for me.
Give me a good mystery and I am happy!
One of the reasons that I like the mystery genre is that I like solving the crime. This one really had me guessing. Well worth the credit.
John Lutz's style of story telling keeps the player running. A web of characters and story lines that converge to a fantastic ending. Scott Brick, once again sits atop the narrator's ladder with his flawless delivery.
Meggin McIntosh, Ph.D. 'The Ph.D. of Productivity'(tm)
Been enjoying all of them up to this one but this one just didn't hold my interest in the same way. I'll try the next, however.
This was neither heart thumping nor flat-line. It was just OK. I have read other books from this author and I have yet to be wowed by him. I will however keep trying.
If it wasn't for Brick I wouldn't even bother. I started listening from the beginning and Lutz must have forgotten that he mentioned certain things in previous books. Like Felderman's wife divorced him in book 2 of the series. It was mentioned in last book that wife died. The killer in this book actually worked with Q & A in a previous book ( haven't finished yet). I must like llistening to Scott.....
Same storyline as most of John Lutz books, however still entertaining and worth a credit. If you have read other John Lutz books, then nothing much more to say.... If you have not, then read any review from any of his other works and they will apply, here.
Solid 4 stars.
I live in NYC,am happily married & have always loved reading.
Yes.The way that the killer was so slowly,methodical whenever he killed someone almost made me feel as though someone was sneaking up behind me,lol.
The intonation of his voice did not sound like he was only reading a book.
I did snicker a few times.
I will be reading the second book of this series next.
Is there a way to fast forward without skipping a chapter when using an iPod Shuffle? If so, I could have finished this audio book. Loved the narrator and the storyline with Pearl, her daughter and Quinn! Just could not under any guise of entertainment listen to how perverted this killer was. Seriously, we don't need to play can you top this is perversion and gruesomeness in order to have a good who dunit
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