This time around, she's called in to investigate what appears to be a locked-room mystery: A wealthy woman has been murdered in the penthouse suite of a luxurious, high-security building. The building's intricate surveillance system didn't pick up anything, the entrance wasn't forced, and the victim's husband has an airtight alibi. Cases like this, Evelyn knows, can turn on the most microscopic piece of evidence, if she can find any. Then Evelyns best friend is attacked - and things get personal. When another body is found in an apartment across town, Evelyn realizes that the killer's choice of victim is anything but random.
Becka combines the reality of the nitty-gritty detail of forensic work with the drama of a CSI getting involved way beyond the lab. The narration is well paced, capturing the sense of urgency actually better than the written novel. The plot is intricate without being so complicated that it confuses rather than takes you along. This is a great series!
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This was the first audio book ever that I couldn't finish. NO character development.. at lest not that you would notice, and after listening for an hour, I'm still not sure what the plot was...
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