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All Things Slip Away

By: Kathryn Meyer Griffith
Narrated by: Abby Elvidge
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Ten years ago Frank Lester, a Chicago homicide detective, thought he had rid himself forever of the Mud People Killer who'd kidnapped and murdered six people. Frank had shot him as he'd fled through a snowy night; had killed him, he believed, though a body was never found.

But the killer wasn't dead. He'd only been waiting to take his revenge on Frank and those he cares about now...10 years later. Frank retired early and is living back in his hometown of Spookie when the killer resurfaces to take up where he left off. Kidnapping more innocents and tormenting Frank and the people he cares about.

Unless Frank and his artist girlfriend, Abigail Sutton, can find and stop him before he kills more people and perhaps both of them.

©2014 Kathryn Meyer Griffith (P)2014 Kathryn Meyer Griffith

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Good, But Not as Good as Book 1

This is book 2 of the Spooky Town series. The characters are not as lifelike as they were in book 1. The story sort of plods along, not really going anywhere. You could cat nap and probably not miss anything.

I thought the villain’s inner thoughts were not only a waste of time, but also, a tad annoying.

Chapter 18 has glaring inconsistency issues.

The narrator was loud & clear. She had various voices and didn’t seem to over act. She was a different narrator than in book 1, and from the sample she seemed fine. However, for some reason, I just did not enjoy this narrator.

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