The New York Times best-selling author of Cold Blooded and Hot Blooded, Lisa Jackson returns with a bone-chilling new book that begins with a gruesome scene—a woman awakens trapped inside a coffin with a rotting body! Surely, this must be the work of the Graverobber, a sinister Savannah, Georgia serial killer named for his macabre methods of execution. Lisa Jackson’s expert proficiency at crafting truly terrifying psychological thrillers is on full display in this novel.
©2004 Susan Lisa Jackson (P)2004 Recorded Books, LLC
I enjoyed the book but the reader made it unpleasant.
No! I will skip anything that she is listed as the reader.
The reader sounded like she was eating the whole time she was reading. I could hear her breathing and swallowing throughout. She didn't use different "voices" for the different characters.
To be fair, I only made it about 3/4 of the way through this book. I couldn't take it anymore.
Aside from some semi graphic sexual content and language, the rest is like something written for a bad TV network series.
The killer in the book gets the moniker "The Grave Robber" from the struggling but sassy newspaper reporter (and main character)...because...guess what he does...He robs graves.
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