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Who was the real killer? Romain Fornier lost his reason for living when his daughter was kidnapped and murdered. He used a cop's gun to mete out his own justice and spent the next few years in prison. Once he was freed, he returned to his Cajun roots in small-town Louisiana. But now he learns that he might have killed the wrong man. Jasmine Stratford, a psychological profiler, is convinced his daughter's killer is still alive - and that she and Romain have something in common. She believes the same man kidnapped her sister, Kimberly, 16 years ago. What happens next? Jasmine is determined to track him down when she receives an anonymous package, postmarked New Orleans - the bracelet she gave Kimberly for her eighth birthday. She approaches Romain because she knows he can help her... if he chooses. But searching for the man who irrevocably changed both their lives means they have to rise to a killer's challenge: stop me.
©2008 Brenda Novak; 2008 Audible, Inc.

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  • Joanne
  • Delmar, NY, USA
  • 07-22-08

New York reader

Excellent book. Kept my attention throughout. I was hooked from the beginning. Enjoyed it very much and would recommend.

9 of 11 people found this review helpful

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Great book!

I highly recommend this book.

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Duh!!

What character would you cut from Stop Me?

THE MAIN FEMALE CHARACTER!!!!

Any additional comments?

I never thought I'd use these words to describe a character but the main female lead IS truly TSTL!! There are at least two situations that she went into that could have had her killed off instantly first she goes to a killer's house to investigat then she goes into an alley in both situations, she goes by herself ...! HOW SMART IS THAT??!! I thought that this was a good book based on the reviews.... NOT!!!!! And the narrator's pronunciation of the main male character's name it sounds as if she' saying 'RO-MAN" sometimes i can distinctly hear her say "RO-MERE". Which is it exact?!

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loved it!

I'm a huge fan of Ms. Novak and I will continue to be! I love her writing style it never lets me down!

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  • Peter
  • LUMBERTON, TX, United States
  • 10-06-09

Great book

Very good! I really enjoyed listening!

3 of 5 people found this review helpful

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Could Not Stop Listening

I really enjoyed the book. I just could not stop listening to the story. Great plot.

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  • Resse
  • WEST HARTFORD, CT, US
  • 03-22-18

Save Me

This is another one of my favorite books.
Jasmine and Romain are wonderfully developed as H/h. Their story is the dark-side of child abductions, murders and abused. Their relation helps each other to heal from regret and to forgive their families. Ms. Novak focus point is on Romain's losses and regrets over his child and family connections. Jasmine's visit to New Orleans enables Romain to look at the outcome of his child's murder from a different prospective. Jasmine wants to solve her sister's 16-years disappearance and established a link between the two cases. This story is filled with so many suspects that you doubt everyone's invovlement with the cases.