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What would you do if the world burned around you while the sky rained down gasoline?

John Hilt fled to Mexico, hoping to escape the police investigation centering only on him. If he could get away for a while, perhaps Detectives Tremock and Merchent would look elsewhere. Perhaps the cops' heat on him would dissipate.

Perhaps...except Harry fled with him, and Harry isn't nearly done killing.

For Tremock and Merchent, it's a race against time to find John Hilt before more people die. For John's family, it's a race against the police to find him first.

For John, the race is almost over, one or way or another. The rains have come, and they'll wash away everything, leaving only blood in their wake.

The heart-stopping conclusion to the psychological thriller series, Red Rain! Download your copy now!

©2016 David Beers (P)2016 David Beers

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Who knows what lies in the heart of a man?

What made the experience of listening to Hurricane the most enjoyable?

The great writing. The style and communication just flows. The back and forth of the timeline worked so well, giving present actions while back-filling with past history at just the right pace to keep the suspense.

What other book might you compare Hurricane to and why?

Naturally the first two in the series - one absolutely must listen to them in order.

Which character – as performed by Charles Kahlenberg – was your favorite?

Harry - the narrator captured his wickedness and heartless character perfectly.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

I love thrillers, so not an extreme reaction per se - but it will stay with me a long time for the realistic glimpse into the mind of a serial killer who could seem so normal until his final disintegration.

Any additional comments?

The ending was unexpected, and worked so well. It could have gone several directions. I don't wish to give an spoilers by saying more!