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Two Can Play is the second audiobook in a new thriller series where a criminal psychologist uses her own dark past to help law enforcement catch dangerous killers.

Halloween is approaching, and criminal psychologist Audrey Harte has been hired by the prosecution to help prepare for the trial of 19-year-old serial killer Ian "Boy Scout" Monroe. His one surviving victim, Tori Scott, is the star witness, but when someone begins killing with Monroe's MO, the authorities - and Audrey - begin to wonder if Monroe had a partner. Keeping Tori safe is the main concern, but Audrey has also attracted the copycat's attention.

Audrey is drawn into a dangerous game of cat and mouse, and when someone close to her is abducted by the killer, Audrey has no choice but to play.

©2016 Kate Kessler (P)2016 Hachette Audio

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Liked the first book in series better

This second book in the series grabs you from the first chapter and I really enjoyed it. I Ike that all the characters are flawed in some way.

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Jake is great but what type of person is he to collect info on all the townspeople, put it on an encrypted drive, keep a copy in the safety deposit box at the bank and a copy in his wall safe??? he does favors for the town, sounds like a mob boss. he was able to get info on the ADA? His character is becoming too Alpha and I'm afraid he won't be believable. 4 dead girls but the task team consist of 1 lawyer, a psychologist, an FBI agent and a civilian?

Also I like how tough and strong Aubrey and Jake are the fight Aubrey had with the brother awesome! but I don't like that Aubrey plays vigilante with Jake to catch these criminals. Like the cops or FBI are just stupid. Hopefully in future books it won't be this way.