A serial killer is on the loose, a maniac wielding a homemade flame thrower fashioned from a scuba tank. He has murdered three people - and one of them is Carver's eight-year-old son.
Carver will do anything to find his son's killer and exact a father's revenge. All clues point to the brilliant schizophrenic son of one of Florida's wealthiest families, and when the suspect goes on the run, Carver sets out to hunt him down.
A gripping story of long-buried secrets and burning hate, Scorcher is a taut, explosive, and thoroughly unforgettable mystery.
Solve another case with Fred Carver.
©2008 John Lutz; (P)2008 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
"Scorcher is a well- written, meticulously constructed, gripping tale." (Library Journal)
While I enjoy this author, the reader(s) of this book sound like they are at the bottom of the ocean with no inflection in their voice at all. It is so distracting that you can't enjoy the book. I have tried to listen to it on three seperate occasions, and alas I was unable to get past the first 20 minutes of the book.
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