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Chris Mooney's breathtaking debut thriller catapults him into the ranks of such renowned suspense writers as Thomas Harris, John Sandford, and James Patterson. Unimaginable horror, shocking violence, and astonishing unpredictability blend to create a gripping study of psychological terror.

Jack Casey was the FBI's best profiler until a madman forced him to watch the brutal murder of his pregnant wife. Six years later, he's rebuilding his life as a small town cop. But suddenly, a killer known as the Sandman is in town, torturing and murdering entire families at a time. The Sandman knows all the sordid details of Jack's past, and he's using them to taunt him. Can Jack face his demons and risk everything again to stop the slaughter?

Adrenaline levels run high in this deadly world of secret experiments, hidden cameras, and devastating explosions. Richard Ferrone's narrative expertise translates the breakneck pace and surprising plot twists into a mesmerizing listening experience.

©2000 Chris Mooney (P)2001 Recorded Books

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Ferrone is a master voice actor for this genre.

Ferrone, Scott Brick and Guidall are my favored voice actors. Ferrone's gravelly intonations work especially well for this genre. I wish he were reading the Dexter books.

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  • 09-07-16

Deviant Ways - good book

Deviant Ways - good book
Enjoyed this book, sometimes I was on the edge of my seat
Great narration as well