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The Next Accident Audiobook

The Next Accident

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What do you do when a killer targets the people you love most? How do you protect them when he knows their most secret fears and hidden desires? When he knows just when to strike? And, most of all, when he knows the same about you?

These are the questions that haunt FBI Special Agent Pierce Quincy. The official police report concluded that his daughter's death was an accident. Amanda Quincy was driving drunk when her car careened out of control. Pierce knew about his daughter's problem with alcohol. He knew about her loneliness and insecurity. And so, he is certain, did the man who killed her. Quincy is prepared to risk everything to learn the dangerous truth about Amanda's death - and there's only one person willing to help.

Rainie Conner knows all too well the dark side of the human heart. An ex-cop haunted by her own violent past, she had once been paired professionally - and personally - with the brilliant, supremely logical FBI profiler. Quincy had helped Rainie through the harrowing case that shattered her career and left her charged with first-degree murder. Now it's time for Rainie to return the favor.

But this killer is like none these two hard-boiled pros have ever encountered. This twisted psychopath has an insatiable hunger for revenge...and for fear. He isn't satisfied with taking his victims' lives. He wants to get inside their minds, strip them of every defense, render them powerless to resist. He's already killed twice; how he's taunting Quincy and Rainie by making it no secret who his next victim will be: Quincy's only surviving daughter. The killer's plan is chilling, brilliant, and unstoppable. The cops won't help; the FBI can't be trusted. As the clock ticks down to the final minutes of one unspeakably intimate act of vengeance, the only way Rainie can unmask this faceless killer is to step directly into his murderous path. She will become a murder waiting to happen. She will be...the next accident.

©2001 Lisa Baumgartner; (P)2001 Random House, Inc., Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio Publishing, a Division of Random House, Inc.

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    Teri San Jose, CA, United States 02-15-11
    Teri San Jose, CA, United States 02-15-11 Member Since 2004
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    "I hate to pay for abridged books!!!"

    Please provide both. I understand some people enjoy abridged books, but please give us a choice.

    22 of 22 people found this review helpful
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    Wayne Matthews, NC 12-07-15
    Wayne Matthews, NC 12-07-15 Member Since 2016

    I love espionage, legal, and detective thrillers but listen to most genres. Very frequent reviews. No plot spoilers! Please excuse my typos!

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    "Lisa Gardner's FBI Profiler series"

    The FBI profiler series is an older Lisa Gardner series. The Perfect Husband is not available at Audible, but is available at Amazon as a Kindle ebook. The other books are available at Audible. The series books in order are The Perfect Husband, The Third Victim, The Next Accident, The Killing Hour, Gone, and Say Goodbye. The series main characters are FBI profiler Pierce Quincy, ex-cop Rainie Connor who becomes Quincy's second wife, Quincy's daughter Amanda who appears only in a case that solves her murder, Quincy's other daughter Kimberly who becomes an FBI agent, and Kimberly's husband who works in Atlanta for the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.

    The entire FBI Profiler series is great. All books are filled with intensely suspenseful situations and are outstanding thrillers. The next accident is merely representative of the wonderful books in the series It is also a great stand alone novel even if the prior books in the series have not been read.

    Highly recommended.

    6 of 6 people found this review helpful
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    Sandra S. Anderson Orinda, CA USA 04-09-08
    Sandra S. Anderson Orinda, CA USA 04-09-08 Member Since 2016
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    "Good Read"

    Enjoyed this introduction to Quincy, Rainey and Kim. Always enjoy a Lisa Gardner book.

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    SNWinnenb 07-29-12
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    "Solid book but the Audible details are wrong"
    Any additional comments?

    This is a solid book and a solid performance but my issue lies in wondering who actually narrated and whether or not this is an abridged edition. Audible lists The Next Accident as abridged and performed by Kate Burton (a favorite of mine who read Intensity) but the book is nearly 11 hours long with chapter breaks. I could not tell that it was abridged nor did it say that it was abridged or unabridged. What I do know for sure is that Kate Burton is not the reader; the reader is Anna Fields, who does read the unabridged CD version of the book. The narrator says that the book was read by Anna Fields at the end and I compared the voice with the next book in the series, which is read by Fields, and the voice is the same. I will try and bring this to Audible's; it was not bothersome to me in this particular incident but I think listeners should know what they are paying for.

    7 of 8 people found this review helpful
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    Camaro1967 Vincennes, IN USA 02-18-11
    Camaro1967 Vincennes, IN USA 02-18-11 Listener Since 2009

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    "Great!"

    I love all of Lisa Gardner's books, and this one was no exception to the rule. Very interesting!

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    Angela manitowoc, WI, United States 03-19-12
    Angela manitowoc, WI, United States 03-19-12 Member Since 2012
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    "Could not stop listenting!!!"

    This book has you hooked in the first five minutes! Keeps moving and is full of suspense! LOVED THIS BOOK! Great addition to the series!!!

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    S. Guthrie 01-30-12
    S. Guthrie 01-30-12
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    "love Lisa Gardner"

    Good book. Lisa Gardner always keeps my attention and keeps me in suspense. I recommend it

    2 of 3 people found this review helpful
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    Dody 11-05-16
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    "Good enough story to finish...but weak."
    What disappointed you about The Next Accident?

    I have listened to several Lisa Gardner books because her stories suck me in. I stuck with this one for the same reason, but I found myself rolling my eyes frequently. Too many cliches and painful "romantic" moments. As if you could guess what the characters were going to say, it was that expected.


    What could Lisa Gardner have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

    I was intrigued by the story. However, Gardner spent too much time developing characters that were predictable, not realistic, which made me feel like the book was written for a dumber audience. The most real relationship was between the FBI agent and his ex-wife during a brief phone call.


    Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Kate Burton?

    The problems I had were Burton's male characters. The way she read them made the characters seem even more typical. Over the top.


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    Tina Pham 10-14-16
    Tina Pham 10-14-16 Member Since 2014
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    Narrator ruins the story. Couldn't take listening to her dull voice anymore and gave up listening. Not worth the credit

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    Amazon Customer Manhattan, MT, United States 09-26-16
    Amazon Customer Manhattan, MT, United States 09-26-16 Member Since 2011

    I enjoy listening to fiction, mostly medical/police thrillers & Christian Self-help. I am 50+, married, step-mom to 5, NaNa to 5, sister, daughter, aunt, & friend to many. I am a born-again, Spirit-filled praying & worshipping warrior of the one & only true & living God.

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    "Kept us guessing till the last chapter."

    Lisa Gardner is an exceptional author, never revealing too much at a time. The pace keeps you interested & engaged.

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