Detective Spencer O'Malley had met the girl, Kristina, only a day prior to her death. Nearly falling in love with her on this chance meeting, he learns more about her life through his investigation of her mysterious demise.
Kristina and her friends, all children of privilege, were supposedly close. They played, studied and occasionally slept together. Despite this, there were many secrets hidden within their relationship, more than O'Malley could have imagined.
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no, i could not listen to that voice of Connie ever again!
She was good untill she switched to Connie.
get two people to read or three. do not use that voice of connie ever again
Not quite the epic story of the Bronze Horseman but still a good crime story. I didn't like the male voices used by the narrator they were just annoying. Would love to have more Audio books by this author
Great story kept me listening in spite of narration. Hard to listen to characters voices which sounded like 1950's cartoon character depictions of college students. Extremely grating and did not fit the characters. I have never written a review, but I would not have purchased the audio format if I had known how aggravating the voices were.
I love Paulina Simons and this was a fun crime story.
Buy the book in print.
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