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When her parents were murdered, Hannah Keller was 3,000 miles away, on leave from her job with the Miami Police Department. Her family's only survivor on that deadly day was Hannah's six-year-old son Randall. While fishing on the dock behind his grandparents' house, the boy glimpsed the killers, and later discovered his grandparents' bullet-riddled bodies.

Five years later the trauma of that day still haunts the boy. He lives in terror that the killers will return for him. Hannah is no longer a cop but now works full time as a novelist, and is trying to do whatever she can to heal her son's wounds. But when she receives a coded message apparently from her parents' killers, the entire episode explodes again.

Teaming up with a maverick FBI agent from the Miami field office, Hannah begins to track the killer. As she moves deeper into the labyrinth, she discovers, to her horror, that she and her son are being used as pawns in an elaborate scheme - a trap designed to catch one of the world's deadliest assassins. Hannah and Randall become entangled in a bitter feud, a burning vendetta, and the mind of a bloodthirsty professional killer.

©2001 James W. Hall (P)2007 Brilliance Audio, Inc.

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  • Charles
  • Folly Beach, SC, United States
  • 06-27-11

Tiresome

James Hall spent a lot of time researching material for this book, unfortun onately he felt compelled to include every sliver of information, no matter how boring. The only feasible way to listen to this is with one finger on the fast forward button. This is particularly true after the maniac killer is killing his second and third victims, the gruesomeness just goes on and on. I should have just deleted this book after the first couple of hours, but I am so cheap, I feel compelled to get my money's worth. In this case, I felt like I should have been paid to listen. By all means, avoid this one.