John Cray has a secret. For 12 years he has stalked and kidnapped women, setting them loose in the mountains of eastern Arizona, hunting them like animals, and taking their lives. He has left no clues. He is suspected by no one. Or so he thinks. But now he has a problem. Somebody - a woman whose name he doesn't know - is stalking him. She follows him when he makes his nightly rounds in Tucson. She watches him on busy street corners and in shadowy restaurants. She seems to know his secret. But if so, why hasn't she gone to the police?
Cray plans to turn the tables on his mysterious pursuer. He will become the predator, and she - the prey. Once she's in his power, she will tell him who she is and what she's after. And then she will die. But even Cray isn't prepared to confront the truth when he discovers it - or to deal with the shattering implications of a past he had thought long buried and an obsessive madness he cannot control.
©1999 Douglas Borton (P)2012 Audible, Inc.
"I was completely hooked. Actually, more than completely hooked, I thought the lightning-paced thrills were going to give me a heart attack!" (The Mystery Reader)
I believe the story line would have been better if the main character hadn't been so unbelievably clever. I've read many of his books,but this one was a little too intense for me.
Yes, story was very good and performance was enjoyable
She has a nice voice but a character didnt stick out
Things are not what they seem
Story was very good but author goes on and on and on. He cannot just write 'So and so enters the room", he has to tell you why he enters the room and recall some past experience in that characters life where entering a room reminds him of this now present opportunity to enter the room. I love a good back story, but every scene, every character, every thing they do has a back story!! I found myself fastforwarding and missing nothing in the process.
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