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A serial killer is being protected, but others are seeking justice. Jo Danning uses her supernatural gifts to track down the killer by listening to voices that cry out from another dimension and another time.

©2016 Beary and Blevins (P)2016 Beary and Blevins

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A Good Scary!

It is amazing to me how much Rae T Alexander can write into a short story. This episode of Jo Danning creates a horror filled scene of serial killing. The killer is infatuated with red haired girls. Jo is starting her new job, but is drawn into this case whether she wants to be or not! Her gift arrives when she least expects it, creating twists and turns in this book that you can't even imagine! Valerie Gilbert again is back narrating this installment, and is able to give this an even scarier feel with her variety of voices as well as the compassion and flirtiness that comes with the interaction of the characters.

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  • Jan
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  • 09-30-16

Eeeeeerie!

Creepy and somewhat convoluted with the entangling of characters and time. Good thing it's short or I would have a problem with it.
I have the audio edition, and Valerie Gilbert seems to have the talent that seems to downplay the ick factor yet makes it all the scarier.

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