Madison Avery is a young woman with a huge problem. From her penthouse apartment, she witnessed a murder in the building across the street, but by the time the police arrived, the crime scene had been wiped clean. Unfortunately Madison suffers from prosopagnosia - face blindness - so even though she had a clear view of the murder, she can't describe the victim or the killer. With no forensic evidence that a crime was committed and no description of the victim to match to a body, the police have no choice but to close the file.
Love this series! This book had an unexpected twist, the inability to recognize faces, something I didn't know existed. I can't wait until the next book come out!! I love the author and the narrator!!
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College student Tara Chatry is certain something bad has happened to her best friend Ethan Campbell. The smart, geeky student has disappeared, and when Tara tries to get the police involved, they dismiss her concerns, convinced Ethan is just another college student off on a bender. Shaye Archer hasn't even been back in New Orleans for a full day when Tara knocks on her door, asking for help. Shaye isn't prepared to jump back into her old job, but knows if she doesn't help Tara, no one else will.
I am so glad that I found this author. Her stories are so good and the narrator is fantastic!! Each book in this series Just gets better and better!! One of the best series I've come across!
Hidden deep in the forest, schoolgirl Felicity Parker is found carefully laid out on a rock with nothing but a freshly picked bunch of flowers next to her lifeless form. Detective Jenna Alton is called in to investigate the gruesome discovery. With the body found just off a popular hiking route, Jenna believes the killer is a visitor to the town...until a second local girl is discovered.
I really enjoyed this book but the narrator was totally wrong and distracting. Not sure why there was a change in narrator from book 1, but I really hope she doesn't narrate the next book, as I will really have to consider wanting to listen to her again. That being said, this was a good mystery.
Abby Foster just wants a quiet, normal life. The high school teacher left everything about her past behind when she moved to the mountains of Pennsylvania, but only three years after surviving a brutal attack, Abby awakes in an icy river, facing death once again. This time, though, she doesn't have to face it alone - if she can manage to trust the sexy cop who just risked his life to save her. Officer Ethan Hale's gut tells him there's more to Abby’s "accident" than meets the eye....
I really liked this book! I loved the characters and story line. It had twists and turns and the ending was full of total surprises!!
He loves me, and he doesn't even know my real name. The limelight that follows him could expose everything I'm hiding. But even knowing the risks, I can't force myself to stay away. I'm going to break his heart, but mine will shatter right along with it. Will we lose it all when I reveal what's beneath this mask?
I loved this book! What a wonderful romance! I loved all the characters and the story! Made my heart happy! I don't usually listen to romances, as my taste is suspense/thrillers, but decided to give my brain a vacation from murder and mayhem, and am so glad I chose this author! I plan on listening to more from the series!!! Excellent!!
In the summer of 2006, Emma Price watched helplessly as her six-year-old son's red coat was fished out of the River Ouse. It was the tragic story of the year - a little boy, Aiden, wandered away from school during a terrible flood, fell into the river, and drowned. His body was never recovered. Ten years later Emma has finally rediscovered the joy in life...until Aiden returns.
Excellent story and excellent narration. This story had twists and turns. The characters where well written and the ending was a surprise. This was the first I've listened to this author but hopefully not the last. I listened to the whole story in one day!
On Halloween night five years ago, Chelsea Dutton's college roommates were viciously stabbed to death, and Chelsea was critically injured. She was found hiding in her apartment's bathtub, barely clinging to life. With only fragments of shattered memory, she's been trying her best to move past the nightmares ever since. Now in Boston, she lives a somewhat reclusive life, working from home as a medical transcriptionist and bingeing on mindless television shows.
I really wanted to like this book. T he description was that of a psychological thriller....so why would they cast a narrator thAt sounds like a 15 year old high school girl? It was totally distracting...and her male voices were comical. I tried to skip ahead but that didn't help. I would recommend you listen to the sample before purchasing. Perhaps it would be better to read this book....but I'm going to skip it.
Gwen Proctor won the battle to save her kids from her ex-husband, serial killer Melvin Royal, and his league of psychotic accomplices. But the war isn't over. Not since Melvin broke out of prison. Not since she received a chilling text... You're not safe anywhere now. Her refuge at Stillhouse Lake has be-come a trap. Gwen leaves her children in the protective custody of a fortified, well-armed neighbor. Now, with the help of Sam Cade, brother of one of Melvin's victims, Gwen is going hunting.
Loved this book! If you liked still house lake, this one is even better. There were times I was "talking" to the book, saying, "oh, don't you do that"....especially to Connor, and there were times I shed some tears. It was awesome! My ONLY problem.........******* Maybe a bit of a spoiler alert....so don't read this until you finish the book**********************i thought the ending was way too "Pollyanna-ish".....and way way way too soon, as the epilogue is only a month after the book's climax, and after everything that has happened, I don't think everything would be quite as happy....but it did secure the ending and the characters future, so I was glad of that. I think anyone who has finished the book will understand what I'm trying to say here. I hope the author will write more books like this! Highly recommend!!!!
When a body is found stuffed into a barrel at a garbage dump, covered in long red lacerations, Detective Jenna Alton and her new deputy, David Kane, rush to the scene. Nothing ever happens in the small American town of Black Rock Falls, so Jenna believes the victim must be one of two recent missing persons, and she fears for the life of the other. Both were strangers to the town, but there's nothing else to link them. Jenna knows someone must have seen something, but no one's talking.
Really enjoyed this book. It was my first by this author, and I hope there will be more to follow. Great story line and great character development. Well worth the credit!
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Ten years ago, PI Jessie Cole and reporter Ben Morrison each suffered a tragedy that changed their lives - and now these two strangers are about to share a nightmare. For Jessie, who makes her living finding missing persons, no case has consumed her more than the disappearance of her younger sister, Sophie. But left alone to raise Sophie's daughter, she realizes that solving the case has become an unhealthy obsession.
I love all of T.R. Reagan's books. If you like creepy psychological thrillers, then this author is for you. Her books literally give me goosebumps ! Her characters are well developed and the story lines are intense. My ONLY complaint is the narrator. I find her voice to be very robotic.. like each syllable is clipped, but it doesn't change the fact that I love the stories the author weaves. Hopefully this will be the beginning of a new series.