Terror has come...
This small town in Prairie County, Montana has been rocked to its very core with the brutal murders of four women. A serial killer, whose calling card is as unusual as it is twisted, is on the loose - and Police Chief Nathan Sommers is bent on stopping him at all costs. Every road however, leads to a dead end.
Nathan is battling his own demons as he tries to cope with the death of his wife. He feels her dying was a direct result of his actions and is consumed with guilt. His life becomes even more complicated when he meets Katie, the pretty new owner of the bakery. Nathan slowly builds a relationship with her, but still struggles with Jenny's death.
As he draws nearer to the killer, everything in his life suddenly comes undone. He is forced to deal with his feelings for Katie as well as his love for his dead wife.
©2011 Belinda G. Buchanan (P)2014 Belinda G. Buchanan
Yes, because it's interesting, suspense, and worth the time.
The first character to be introduced, Nathan.
I really liked this.
Wow. Great story with a great plot line. I really enjoyed the cast of characters. They were described well and you really got a sense of knowing them. Actually looked forward to my commute so I could listen!Couldn't wait to see if I had the killer pegged correctly!
The narration was fine the story was weak. It never really caught my attention. The story focused more on the relationships than the "murders" yet both were too weak to really carry through.
This is an interesting story and it was a quick audiobook. It did take me a little bit time to get into as the beginning was a bit rough. Katie and Nathan could have met in a better time and place Some of the part could be better. But once I got past that I did find myself enjoying the story.
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