Following the death of her brother of an apparent suicide by overdose, Kali reconnects with her sister. To their dismay, they learn that he was the prime suspect in the double homicide of a wealthy heiress and a college coed. As if that weren't shocking enough, Kali also learns her brother might have ties to a young stripper's murder and the disappearance of a 16-year-old runaway. Kali must dig into the sinister underworld of the sex industry to find her brother's killer before the missing girl, or Kali herself, becomes the next victim.
©2008 Jonnie Jacobs (P)2016 Jonnie Jacobs
Jonnie Jacobs spins an interesting tale of estranged siblings, murders and family re-connection.
Kallie O'Brien's brother, John, ignores her calls to him and now wants her to call him back. When she talks to him briefly, she realizes he is drunk, and Kallie decides she will call him back the next day. Instead she receives a call from her sister Sabrina saying that is dead.
The sisters go to settle the estate only to find out John is the prime suspect of killing an ex-lover.
Kallie goes to work clearing his name, despite what the evidence looks like and what the detectives believe.
This is an engaging book with lots of twists and turns that keeps your attention.
Cindy Piller is easy to listen with a variety of voices making it easy to know who was talking.
This book is a winner!
“I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author."
From the very first page until the final one...exciting!. Looking forward to following this Author...in fact all the people involved are interesting. Just read and enjoy.
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It was well written and held me captive throughout the story.
Kali was persistent and perceptive even when she doubted her brother.
When Kali gets captured and bound. You held your breath.
I cried when we discovered who Krystal really was and how kind the sisters were to her.
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I am addicted to books. Nothing makes me happier than crawling inside a good book.
I love the author's writing style and the narrator's style they work well together and I seem to crawl in their books.
She brings the characters and you remember which character is which due to her authenticity.
I've listened to most of this author's books and I will always look forward to listening to one of her books. I like murder mysteries like the type she writes or the quirky women sleuths type books. This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of AudiobookBoom
The characters were very believable. I love a story that you can really believe. This one, for me has everything that I love in a mystery.
I kept wondering if Kali was treading on dangerous ground...Sure enough she is.
Each character is performed perfectly, their flaws and all brought to life. You can understand their conflicts, even as you hate the reasoning behind them. So human that it is almost like a true crime story. Narration was really good.
Yes. When I had to put it down; I just couldn't wait to get back to it. There were so many interesting things going on with several of the main characters...And just had to find out finally, just who the culprit was.
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The Next Victim
: Jonnie Jacobs
This is the third title that I've listened to by this author, and so far my favorite. Kali O'Brien is out to prove her brother wasn't a murderer and his death wasn't an accident. She meets many people along the way. Twist after twist has the listener wondering not only who the murderer is, but also who is good and who isn't. I couldn't wait to find out who did it. I hope to get the next one soon.
The narration was well done.The characters were well portrayed by Cindy Piller.
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It is a good book, but not one I would listen to again.
No, but it had a really nice ending
She did a good job with both the sisters
No, I didn't.
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