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Just One Bite

Narrated by: Christopher Ragland
Length: 11 hrs
4.5 out of 5 stars (17 ratings)

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The shocking, fast-paced and queasily funny follow-up to Jack Heath’s international best-selling thriller, Hangman

Timothy Blake, ex-consultant for the FBI, now works in body disposal for a local crime lord. One night he stumbles across a body he wasn’t supposed to find and is forced to hide it. When the FBI calls Blake in to investigate a missing university professor, Blake recognizes him as the dead man in his freezer. 

Then another man goes missing. And another. 

There’s a serial killer in Houston, Texas, and Blake is running out of time to solve the case. His investigation takes him to a sex doll factory, a sprawling landfill in Louisiana, and a secret cabin in the woods. 

As they hunt the killer together, FBI agent Reese Thistle starts to warm to Blake - but she also gets closer and closer to discovering his terrible secret. 

Can Blake uncover the killer without being exposed himself? 

©2019 Jack Heath (P)2019 Harlequin Enterprises, Limited

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You can sink your teeth into this one!!!!

This is the second book in Jack Heath's Timothy Blake series. I suggest listening to The Hangmen first for background but this book will work as a stand alone.
Blake is a cannibal who works for a criminal organization as their body disposal person.
He has done consulting work for the FBI in the past and reconnected with a woman who had been in foster care with him as a child. At 30 years old he was still a virgin. This woman had been his only love but he was afraid he would hurt her in a horrible way. Blake now helps her on her terms and keeps his feelings to himself. Or so he thinks.
While working for the criminal organization he stumbles on a body in the woods and takes it home with him for dinner and a few other meals and snacks as well. Blake's friend has him working with her on another case not realizing the two will collide. When they do it will leave you reeling.
Anyway, there are lots of twisted characters with two stories happening simultaneously. A few false leads, strange meals and some very sick, dark and hilarious humor. Thankfully this is fiction and I was hooked from the beginning. Blake is actually a good guy with some really bad methods of dealing with things and a set of morals that keep him trying (sometimes failing) not to hurt the wrong person. But self preservation must come first.
I really like this series. Not too believable, not too plausible BUT very entertaining!
Christopher Ragland narrates this book fantastically.
This book has my HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION.
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great book.

definitely more extreme than the first but i enjoyed it alot. if the trend keeps going then next book might be to F'ed up.

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Can’t wait for the next book!

I loved this story! I cannot wait to hear the next part!!! Please come out soon... I’m waiting on pins and needles over here.

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the first one was pretty good, but this one wasn't

the first one was pretty good, but this one wasn't. the ending completely ruined the suspense of disbelief