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Publisher's Summary

Please note: The Jon Stanton mysteries are standalone novels and do not need to be listened to in a particular order.

A family murdered....

In 2006, the Blum family were brutally killed in their home. Detective Jon Stanton worked the case but was never able to turn up enough to make an arrest. Now, having left the San Diego P.D., he still keeps the Blum file in his home.

A sadistic killer with a motive to lie.... A man facing life in prison is willing to confess to several murders of adult film stars over the last decade in exchange for a deal with the District Attorney's Office. He claims he also killed the Blum family but insists he will only confess to Jon Stanton.

Pulled into a world he thought he left behind, Jon Stanton will face the man he has sought and hated for years.... The Blum case eats at Stanton in a way no other case has. Faced with the possibility of bringing closure to the families of all the victims, he must decide if he is willing to enter the darkness of the human mind one last time....

©2013 Victor Methos (P)2013 Podium Publishing

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Bresth of fresh characters!

This was a very different thrller than the norm. no hum drum here. the main character unlike any detective you have read in the past. i liked this book because of the new way he developed his charactets.

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Ok "listening"

it was good. not riveting, on the edge of my seat "reading". I'm happy I listened to it.