All Detective Mason Callahan wanted was a quiet fishing trip with the guys - a chance to get away and unwind before Halloween.
Until he finds the body of his boss, Denny Schefte, near their remote Oregon cabin. Now all he wants is to catch the sadist who slit Denny's throat and covered his face with a mask. Mason was the last person to see him alive and will stop at nothing to find his friend's murderer.
When the FBI learns of the mask left at the scene, they realize they have a serial killer on their hands - one who is targeting cops. They assign the case to Special Agent Ava McLane, despite her engagement to Mason. Barely recovered from her own nearly fatal injury and her sister's attempted suicide, Ava hopes she is ready to chase another killer.
But as she delves into the increasingly disturbing case, the killer may be closer than expected - dangerously close.
©2016 Kendra Elliot (P)2016 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
Yes, it was worth reading. If I ran out of audible books I would probably listen again because I like listening to books because it gives me freedom to do other things while enjoying a book.
The main female character. She was portrayed as a strong woman with some weak parts of her personality.
When the murderer was finally brought to justice.
When we found out the fate of the murderer's mother.
I have been hearing so many awful narrators that it was a pleasure to hear both the male and female narrators doing a good job making the character they were speaking for sound real.The character development was good. I was able to form a mind's eye picture of the four most prominent characters.
Fabulous novel - just what I have come to expect from Kendra Elliot, whom became one of my top 1 favorite suspense novelist after I read her first novel. Out of this series, Callahan and McLane, I was so excited to finally see the long awaited (at least for me) Book 4, Targeted. The characters, across the series have developed such depth. I don't want to give away any of the plot, so let me just say, read it - you will not be sorry and Amy McFadden and Alexander Cendese are captivating narrators who reach out and grab you from page one.
The plot was slow to evolve....the police culture and interpersonal dynamics kept one interested.....a few interesting twists....the ending, well.....predictable.
this series has never been as good as the bones series but I hung in there because I like the way Kendra writes. unfortunately I knew who the killer was from the first meeting. I don't like that. I like to be left guessing until the very end. I don't feel like she put creative effort into the writing. I had to start over about 6 times because the beginning is so slow that you loose interest.
I have not read the previous books, but Targeted held my interest throughout the book and I will try the earlier books in the series. Unfortunately the suspense did not begin until the last few chapters.
Fast paced suspense thriller that kept me on the edge of my seat through the entire book. Amy McFadden and Alexander Cendese did a wonderful performance with the narration. Can't wait for the next book in this series!
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