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Crimson Park

The Park Trilogy, Book 2
Narrated by: James Romick
Series: The Park Trilogy, Book 2
Length: 12 hrs and 36 mins
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Part riveting police thriller, part spellbinding mystery, Crimson Park is a cleverly crafted, must-listen, tale of savage revenge and retribution.

Nothing is as it seems in this novel rife with stolen identities, two-faced witnesses, and headless torsos. Following their spectacular success in solving California’s worst serial killer case, a case that had languished unsolved for 15 years, Sacramento’s newly formed cold-case division detectives - Stan Wyld and Jake Steiner with I.T. expert Mallory Dimante - find themselves the toast of the town.

Anxious to move on from the rampant publicity, they take on a simple missing person case. But their search for missing Hollywood film director James Marston pitches them headlong back into the malevolent world of serial killer Ruby Everheart - and into the lives of the killer’s last intended victims, 14-year-old Michael and six-year-old Jessie Cooper - two kids who unknowingly possess a secret that will ensnare everyone in a deadly game of cat and mouse with an evil far worse than Ruby Everheart.

©2016 C. J. Booth (P)2019 C. J. Booth

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I liked the first book, Olive Park, because of the detectives in the
cold case dep't now called the OIG- ongoing investigations group.... so I grabbed this 2nd book in the trilogy as soon as I
found it in new releases. (It can stand alone just fine) Good detectives working on good cases.