Casey Duncan
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    City of the Lost: A Thriller | Kelley Armstrong

    City of the Lost: A Thriller

    • UNABRIDGED (13 hrs and 47 mins)
    • By Kelley Armstrong
    • Narrated By Therese Plummer
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    Casey Duncan is a homicide detective with a secret: When she was in college, she killed a man. She was never caught, but he was the grandson of a mobster, and she knows that someday this crime will catch up to her. Casey's best friend, Diana, is on the run from a violent, abusive ex-husband. When Diana's husband finds her, and Casey herself is attacked shortly after, Casey knows it's time for the two of them to disappear again. Diana has heard of a town made for people like her, a town that takes in people on the run who want to shed their old lives.

    wonderful start to new Armstrong series

    A departure from Kelley Armstrong's recent string of YA paranormal romances (and earlier paranormal series, Otherworld and Gainesville), this new entr..Show More »

    Reviewed on May 08 2016 by Tracey (Danville, AR, United States)
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    A Darkness Absolute: A Novel | Kelley Armstrong

    A Darkness Absolute: A Novel

    • UNABRIDGED (13 hrs and 39 mins)
    • By Kelley Armstrong
    • Narrated By Therese Plummer
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    When experienced homicide detective Casey Duncan first moved to the secret town of Rockton, she expected a safe haven for people like her, people running from their past misdeeds and past lives. She knew living in Rockton meant living off the grid completely: no cell phones, no Internet, no mail, very little electricity, and no way of getting in or out without the town council's approval. What she didn't expect is that Rockton comes with its own set of secrets and dangers.

    Excellent

    Couldn't put it down! Suspenseful with interesting characters. The narrator did a great job also.

    Reviewed on May 19 2017 by Sue T ()