Different Victims: The blonde film student. The brunette paralegal. The red-headed artist. Different Methods: The first victim is strangled. The second is stabbed repeatedly. And the third is pushed out of an open window. Same Madman: In the city of Seattle, no single woman is safe. From afar he watches the ones he so desperately wants. Willing to do whatever it takes to prove his love. But should his latest obsession betray him, he will have no choice but to punish her. By finding new and brutal ways to teach her a lesson. And by finally loving her - to death.
Contains mature themes.
©2003 Kevin O’Brien (P)2014 Tantor
I was reluctant to buy this audio because of a few poor reviews, but I'm very glad to have listened to it. It was very captivating and did something I rarely do....I listened for a second time immediately afterwards! I may listen to a book again months later, but Not this time. I wanted to make sure I didn't miss any details. Don't expect a happy ending.
In the beginning, it does get your attention. Kind of lost me around the last hour and a half. Maybe I missed it, given I'm generally multi-tasking while listening, but I never understood the connection between why the killer chose Hanna to be the target.
I just think of one.
I don't believe I have heard Michael Kramer before. He was pretty good.
not so much.
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