When the chief finally tosses her a case, she's thrilled until she gets a look at the scene and realizes he's probably setting her up to be exiled once and for all: the victim is unidentified, and there are no witnesses, and no leads. Just the body, chopped into pieces and dropped in a Dumpster - gruesome enough to ensure that, once again, the media will be following Lena's every move.
©2009 Robert Ellis; (P)2009 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
One of the most intriguing, captivating books I have had the pleasure of listening to. Mr. Ellis has become a favorite author.
This book's plot is not only boring but not believable. Not really worth the time or money; as a fan of Michael Connelly genre, this is NOT comparable.
I choose this book because it was narrated by Deanna Hurst and the book sounded interesting. I'm so glad I did! Robert Ellis has a new fan. I was blown away by the way he formed an assassin into a facinating character you won't be able to forget. Lots of surprises in this book! I'm hoping for many more Lena Gamble novels.
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