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In New York Times best seller Allison Brennan's Cold as Ice, FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid must get into the head of a psychopath to save her family, and herself

Two years ago, FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid put psychopath Elise Hansen Hunt in juvenile detention for her role in an organized crime syndicate. Now eighteen, Elise has been released with a clean slate, and plans to take her revenge by making Lucy's life hell. The plot begins with Lucy's husband Sean Rogan, who has been arrested for a murder he most certainly did not commit.

Lucy is determined to prove Sean's innocence, but is warned off the case by her boss. As she calls in reinforcements, she learns that Sean’s brother Kane is missing in Mexico, her partner Nate Dunning has been arrested for possession of cocaine, and her friend Brad Donnelly has been kidnapped outside DEA headquarters. Lucy realizes that Elise doesn't have the resources or patience to execute such a devious plan. Did Elise's father orchestrate everything from prison? Or is there someone even more calculating seeking revenge on Lucy by hurting the people she loves?

One thing is certain: If Lucy doesn't find the answers fast, Sean will die.

A Macmillan Audio production from Minotaur Books

©2020 Allison Brennan (P)2020 Macmillan Audio

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over acting narrator

Was a good story but the narrator had a very whiney hysterical voice. it was very distracting.

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Just ok

Narrator was annoying. She over acted a lot. Story was ok but it just felt like a little happy ending.

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DNF due to atrocious narrator

If I could give the narrator a negative 1 milliom stars I would. She sounds like an excitable Jewish Grandma instead of Lucy's late 20's California girl. The narrator is shrill and over exaggerates everything. It's like having Fran Dresher read Romeo & Juliet - not the right person for the characters. I only made it to the 4th chapter before I couldn't stand listening to the horror any more. Never was able to get into the story - and I LOVE Allison Brennan's books. My only hope is that the BARD program will have one of their narrators record the book so that I am able to continue the series.

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Narration Made This Book Even Worse

The narrator was so over the top with emotions I'm not sure I can finish this book. Also, the number of times I had to her Lucy say, "he didn't do it" was nuts - this book hasn't grabbed me because more time is being spent on the emotions instead of the hunt and mystery. It gets old hearing the same thing over and over and over........... Sorry but I don't get the great reviews as I'm half way through and I just keep hearing the same info. I've liked the earlier books but this one may have lost me as a reader. Too much emotion not enough story. I did finish but found the last 3.5 -4 hours a bit more interesting but I think between the reader and the constant repeats of what people are thinking I'm done with this series.

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Great story horrible narration

Another excellent story by Brennan. However, the narrator was over the top on emotions. It was almost unbearable. I’ve read everyone of the Lucy Kinkaide novels. Ann Marie Lee ruined this audible for me.

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Love it

I cant get enough of Sean and Lucy and although Ann Marie Lee may be a little sappy for some she is the voice of Lucy. I actually had to skip some books because someone else was narrating with zero emotion. I'm a little lost waiting until a new Novel with Lucy and Sean is available

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But the narrator....

I love all of the Lucy Kincaid books, but the narrators voice is so annoying. This was on of the best in the series.

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Dramatic

Great story. Love the characters. I feel the narrator is too dramatic in a lot of areas.

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Love the Lucy Kincaid books

I love Allison Brennan's books, but just like with the last book, this narrator makes Lucy sound like a wimpy whiny middle aged woman.

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Get a different narrator next time

The historical shrill voice for Lucy was very hard to listen to. I wanted to say calm down as much as the other characters kept saying it.