Blacklisted in the photography business when one of her shots causes a scandal, but desperate to somehow continue in the profession, Avery Tate answered an ad for a crime scene photographer. She fully expected to be laughed at, but crime scene analyst Parker Mitchell hired her outright - taking time to teach her the trade. Now she's half in love with the man, half terrified to even acknowledge her feelings, and completely hooked on the job - until the next crime hits too close to home. Avery attends the gallery opening of a new photography exhibit to support her best friend who modeled for the show. The only image of her, though, is a chilling photo of her posing dead. Only the photographer insists he didn't take the shot, and Avery's friend can't be found. As Avery and Parker, along with Parker's brilliant friends, begin to dig into the mystery, they find themselves face-to-face with a dangerous, relentless, and deadly threat which could endanger them all.
©2017 Dani Pettrey (P)2017 Recorded Books
Story is great - narrator not. Need to change narrators, PLEASE!
I loved this book. It had an intense mystery, a great romance and a wonderful back story. The narration added to the story in so many ways.
Great job Dani Pettrey.
I really enjoyed this book as well as the first one in the series because its based in Baltimore which offers a great backdrop for a storyline. Being from the area the book was true to word and all the scenery and descriptions was excellent....Loved it.
Great characters following nicely from first book. They seem like super smart Godly people, which they were for real...but wow...dont they ever sleep and eat something besides starbucks and takeout or pizza...even the best characters have to eat.
A lot of ups and down, in and outs! Just when you think you know who done it and I was wrong. Wonderful Faith filled suspense, mystery, and intrigue. Dani Petry is a wonderful author and Therese Plummer is one of my most favorite narrators.
Storyline is extremely morbid. Constant sexual innuendos are extremely annoying. Supposedly a Christian mystery, but I would definitely not consider it Christian just because the characters say they are. The morbidity and fascination with death and the detailed descriptions that go along with that, and the constant "I'd like to lay beside him" type junk completely takes away from even the remotest hint of being considered a mystery in the Christian category.
Narrator is good, love her work, but am trying to return this morbid book and get my credit back, couldn't finish listening.
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