As Alex unlocks the private compartments of Hope's life, the murder looks calculated and vengeful. A study of her childhood reveals that she kept secrets from everyone. It also helps Alex set a trap for the killer.
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"Kellerman is at his page-turning best....His serpentine plot and cast of mysterious characters grip the reader to the final page." (Publishers Weekly)
I found the book fair reading, yet perdictable. I felt it was extremly slow at points but rushed thrgh the climax at the end.
Lots of twists and turns, psychological thriller that grabs you chapter by chapter and ties it all together at ending
Great big story, teeny tiny conclusion. Pointlessly abrupt ending that failed to satisfy. I have come to expect more from this series.
the story was very intricate and surprising with a lot of twists and turns.The narrator was best I've ever heard hands down!
The story line was good and the method of reaching the proper conclusion was outstanding
I am reading the entire Alex Delaware series from book #1 to the conclusion
Alex Delaware was he best
No, because the length of the reading was longer than 8 hours.
I enjoyed the book, right up until the ending which was rather abrupt, with no handshake or thank you ma'am
Alexander Adams gets better and better. His characterization is masterly, bringing out everything from pathos to humor.
I am a regular consumer of audible, and yet I found this book to be rather confusing due to the sheer numbers of characters. If I had it to do over again I would've kept notes on who is who.
The narration was excellent and I enjoyed the plot, but the dozens of characters were confusing for me. Not a great book to listen to while you're driving.
The narrator made this book interesting. The actual story was really good. The writer's style reminds me of Steven White. A writer I also enjoy very much. I recommend this book and writer.
Out of all of the Alex Delaware books, this is probably my least favorite. It was very unrealistic and I never could grasp that this could possibly be a real murder investigation.
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