For months, Peyton and her partner, Marco, have been searching for the serial killer known only as the Janitor, but every investigation ends in defeat. He moves like the wind, striking and disappearing without a trace, leaving no evidence behind.
Peyton, herself, fell victim to his attack. Now she struggles to focus on her job when her every moment is filled with nightmares of him.
Forced to deny her trauma in order to stop him, Peyton fears this case is destined to end a hail of bullets and blood. She's just not sure whose.
Couldn't ask for a better end to this deep and twisting series. All the players & storylines are accounted for. Great surprises. Very satisfying.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
I've been waiting a long time for this last installment and it was worth it. I couldn't stop listening. I'm really sad it's over - I got very involved with these characters. Thank you ML Hamilton. What a great journey - every single book.
3 of 4 people found this review helpful
This was a kill end to a very engaging series. What a wide array of characters. There is something for everyone here. Fun and funny, obnoxious, sympathetic, hero and heroine along with all the bad guys you could possibly look for. Narration is solid. This author just keep s getting stronger. I'm going to start the FBI series.
The story idea seemed interesting but by the second sentence I was done. When a male character is talking the narration is so low it is hard to hear. I tried turning the volume up but then the female character sounds like she is YELLING . I hung on for a couple chapters but the story was also slow. I had to quit. Awful!
1 of 6 people found this review helpful
I listened to Portero Hill which was slow to start, but eventually got there. This "TI", I'm in chaptert 4 and all it has conveyed is "chick flick". No story. No plot. Shallow characters. Terrible narration. If icould, I'd ask for my money back. Treasure Island does NOT work for me.
0 of 5 people found this review helpful