A serial killer is on the loose in San Diego, and he has a most unusual M.O.: with each kill, he leaves behind objects with unclear meanings. Most of the recent killings are centered near Kendra Michaels' home and office, so it comes as no great surprise when the FBI shows up at her door. The investigators soon make a startling discovery: the left-behind objects are actually souvenirs of other unsolved serial murder cases in various US cities.
The reader whispers all the main character lines and speaks all the other characters loudly. I spent the entire book changing volume levels to hear and not blast my ears at the same time. Her voices would have been good if someone had just balanced the volumes.
Michelle Maxwell has just blown her future with the Secret Service. Against her instincts, she let a presidential candidate out of her sight to comfort a grieving widow. Then, behind closed doors, the politician whose safety was her responsibility vanished into thin air.
There were weird 10 second pauses in this audiobook. Maybe they were at chapter breaks, but there were NO pauses at scene breaks. It seemed like the reader didn't even take a breath when changing from a scene about one person to a scene about the next. I found this confusing and aggravating. The reader was good, but the overall recording suffered from poor production on this point.