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She didn’t know he was watching. Until it was too late. She’d walked this path hundreds of times before; she knew every twist and turn. But today was different. She didn’t know someone was waiting for her, hidden away from view. She didn’t know this was the last time she’d walk this path.

Hidden deep in the forest, schoolgirl Felicity Parker is found carefully laid out on a rock with nothing but a freshly picked bunch of flowers next to her lifeless form. Detective Jenna Alton is called in to investigate the gruesome discovery.

With the body found just off a popular hiking route, Jenna believes the killer is a visitor to the town...until a second local girl is discovered.

Within days, Kate Bright, a school friend of Felicity’s, is found brutally murdered at the local swimming pool, and once again the killer has displayed his victim in a terrifying manner and left flowers at the scene. The town is gripped with fear, and Jenna and her deputy, David Kane, now know that the killer is living among them and that he’s picking off school girls one by one. But they don’t know who is next on the list.

As the trail goes cold, Kane and Alton are forced to sit and wait for the killer to make his next move. But now he has a new victim in his sights, and he’s looking much closer to home....

If you love Robert Dugoni, Karin Slaughter, and Rachel Abbott, you’ll love this nail-biting thriller from D.K. Hood.

©2018 D.K. Hood (P)2018 Bookouture

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The narration ruins this one!

What did you like best about Bring Me Flowers? What did you like least?

I typically enjoy series and am excited when I find a good one. After listening to "Don't Tell a Soul", I thought that this had potential. I really liked the way the characters were starting to develop in the first book and was looking forward to this one, however the narration completely turned me off. I had to fight the urge to stop listening after the first chapter. The narrator's attempts to "American-ize" were unsuccessful - she could not hide the Irish accent and it was EXTREMELY distracting. So, so disappointing!

4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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The Performance Was Awful

I gave this 2nd book 4 stars due to the performance. She was awful. What happened to the voice from the 1st book? Also the editing wasn’t great long pauses between chapters.

4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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Good story line, but wished for a better narrator.

The story line was good but the narrator ruined this book for me.....sad. I could barely distinguish who was who in the book.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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What’s disconcerting about audio books?

One of the things I find disconcerting about audio books is the narrator.
In this particular story it took me half way through the book to enjoy the story and not be so focussed on the narrator. Having started this book straight after book 1 in the series, I was very out off by the fact that the narrator is not the same as in book 1.
The narrator in book2 had a sort of Irish lilt to her accent and was very different to book 1. It just sounded wrong.
I think that once a narrator is used for one book in a series then that person should continue through the series.
Other than that, I enjoyed the story line and the characters and will be waiting anxiously
For book 3 in the series.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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terrible narration

terrible narration. story was good and if the narration would have been better the whole thing would have been great

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Great book, performance lacking

The narrator misspoke words often, which is annoying. if you can overlook that, then the book itself keeps your attention.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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Good book

loved the book but didn't like the narrator. she spoke in a monotone voice. Thanks

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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Awesome

it's was a suspended book really enjoyed this seriors. Lots of supense and good author

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  • PAT
  • Iowa
  • 04-16-18

Love this series

Can’t wait for Book 3 to be released in June 2018.
AND the next book in the series is in the works.
So glad I found the author D.K. Hook.
Read book 1. You won’t be disappointed.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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Good Story - Did not like the reader

Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

The Story was good, but not as good as Book 1. The story did keep my attention, but the performer was horrible. She did not have any feeling in her voice at all. I like the characters a lot, but the conversations came across as short, not like real life, which may be the performer's fault.

Would you be willing to try another one of Julia Vita’s performances?

NO

If this book were a movie would you go see it?

Yes

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  • Clare Ramsell
  • 03-07-18

Good story, woeful narration.

Was looking forward to this book, but the narrator had the most monotone voice ever. I had to skip part of it to get to the end as I could bear it no more. Shame!