The Smallest Mistake
Three went in; one came out. For five years, no trace has been found of two high-school friends who went hiking in the woods near Nashville. The third teen, Amber Ryder, was discovered at the bottom of a ravine with a broken arm, head trauma - and zero memory of the horror that put her there.
Will Put You
What started as a cold case has become a fresh hell for forensic technician Georgia Morgan. Another woman's body is found in the woods, and it leads to the missing teens' remains. But while Georgia works with Amber to try and reawaken her memories, her gut tells her the worst is yet to come.
At a Killer's Mercy
Homicide Detective Jake Bishop can't be sure whether Amber is an expert manipulator or the killer's next target. Either way, he's determined to protect Georgia. Because the deeper she digs into the past, the deadlier the secrets that emerge, and a nightmare years in the making is about to come to a bloody, terrifying end....
©2016 Mary Burton (P)2016 Audible, Inc.
sure, I have enjoyed many books by Mary Burton and was looking forward to Vulnerable. I can't give an honest review of the story because I couldn't get past the narration. I didn't finish the book.
I have a great appreciation for the hard work and dedication that go into writing a book as well as performing it but this series left me extremely disappointed. Carrying the same characters through each book but having a different, progressively less pleasing, narrator really made me lose taste for the characters by the end. I finished each book because I enjoyed the plot/story but that's it.
This book left me wanting to return it very early on. Karen White did these characters justice in Cover your Eyes. I wish they had stayed with her throughout the series.
Yes, I have read Mary Burton books before and liked them. But this narrator was awful. This book may have been good, but I could not get past the person performing. Whine, whine, whine!
She spoke everything in a whine!.
The illegal search of the hotel room, and illegal seizure of evidence. That really threw me off.
I am so glad I have finished listening to this book. Several times I considered going to the last chapter just to make it end. The narrator choose the most annoying whiney voice for the main female character. Her attempt at a North Carolina country girl's accent was horrific.
The female villain was nuts but story doesn't really delve into what drove her there. Some back story would have been good b/c the bow on the ending was a damn far fetch. At least she could have decapitated Barbies as a child or kicked cats. Something that made her craziness believable.
This is not the worse purchase I ever made from Audible but it is #3. I have been a member since 2011. So, take this review w/a grain of salt & a pitcher of margaritas your going to need it.
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