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- By: Anne Frasier
- Narrated by: Hollis McCarthy
- Length: 11 hrs and 42 mins
FBI agent Mary Cantrell has been called to Minneapolis to hunt down a killer. It's shaking her to the core, and reviving dreadful memories. Years ago, her best friend was murdered. Now the man convicted of the crime, Gavin Hitchcock, is free, and Mary's own sister Gillian, a local cop, has befriended him. As each clue leads them closer to Hitchcock, Mary and Gillian set themselves up as the perfect target - and the perfect trap.
Great except for the Narration
- By Keith on 10-19-16
we're not that stupid in Minnesota!
How the author could let this performance go as a representation of MN is beyond me!
1 of 2 people found this review helpful
- A Scarpetta Novel
- By: Patricia Cornwell
- Narrated by: C. J. Critt
- Length: 11 hrs and 25 mins
Four young women have been found murdered—tortured and strangled in their own beds—all victims of the same brilliant monster. Using a skilled hand and the latest technology in forensic medicine, Kay Scarpetta begins the process of gathering the microscopic clues the latest battered body has to give.
Forgot how much I loved the old Scarpetta novels
- By Janie on 03-29-12
narration....not so much
if I hadn't already read the book I'm not sure if I could have finished it. she just doesn't bring the story or characters to life for me.
7 of 7 people found this review helpful