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Dead End Girl
- Violet Darger, Book 1
- By: L.T. Vargus, Tim McBain
- Narrated by: Kate Marcin
- Length: 16 hrs and 27 mins
A serial killer stalks women in rural Ohio. He is deranged but brilliant, known only by the grotesque nickname the media has given him - The Doll Parts Killer. The name is apt. He dismembers his victims and leaves them in garbage bags in public places. A residential neighborhood. Next to a roller rink. Behind a Burger King. The investigation is a disaster. No physical evidence. Unreliable witnesses. To make matters worse, the FBI has lost contact with the star profiler working the case.
- By Tami Buhl Dallos Wells on 06-16-17
The book was excellent but it had too many brand names during the story the author gets paid every timeStore name or a brand is mentioned. This author should be a millionaire.
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Because She Loves Me
- By: Mark Edwards
- Narrated by: Napoleon Ryan
- Length: 11 hrs and 7 mins
When Andrew Sumner meets beautiful, edgy Charlie, he is certain his run of bad luck has finally come to an end. But as the two of them embark on an intense affair, Andrew wonders if his grasp on reality is slipping. Items go missing in his apartment. Somebody appears to be following him. And as misfortune and tragedy strike his friends and loved ones, Andrew is forced to confront the frightening truth.…
Captivated for the first 90% and then lost me
- By Heidi on 06-01-16
nails on a chalkboard
What would have made Because She Loves Me better?
not reading it
What was most disappointing about Mark Edwards’s story?
there was no story
What didn’t you like about Napoleon Ryan’s performance?
If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Because She Loves Me?
the ENTIRE story
Any additional comments?
Do not < I repeat do NOT waste your time on this book. It was so bad.
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- An Alex Delaware Novel
- By: Jonathan Kellerman
- Narrated by: John Rubinstein
- Length: 12 hrs and 9 mins
Psychologist Dr. Alex Delaware meets beautiful and emotionally fragile TV actress Zelda Chase when called upon to evaluate her five-year-old son, Ovid. Years later, Alex is unexpectedly reunited with Zelda when she is involuntarily committed after a bizarre psychotic episode. Shortly after Zelda's release, an already sad situation turns tragic when she is discovered dead on the grounds of a palatial Bel Air estate.
As expected from JK
- By P. Giorgio on 02-15-16
What disappointed you about Breakdown?
story line never changed
What was most disappointing about Jonathan Kellerman’s story?
constantly waiting for something to happen
Who would you have cast as narrator instead of John Rubinstein?
this would not have been published
What character would you cut from Breakdown?
Any additional comments?
I will not read from Jonathan Kellerman again