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Scratched Off

Narrated by: Rick Struve
Length: 8 hrs and 53 mins
5 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Failure means more people die.   

“The Big One” could make Sam's career or...break him. 

FBI Special Agent Samuel Kerman has been tasked to catch a wildly erratic serial killer dropping bodies in Pennsylvania state parks. The victims differ, and the manner of murder changes every time. Amid the mountains of physical evidence, only a mysterious gray dust and declarations of guilt or innocence link the crimes.  

It's not much to work with, and the case drags on for months. Then, things go from bad to worse when the killer makes it personal. Family, friends, strangers...everybody's in danger of being scratched off.

©2018 Julie C. Gilbert (P)2018 Julie C. Gilbert

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Very Interesting way to write a mystery

I found the story well written and actually enjoyed herding the murderer's thoughts and how his logic determined what he would do. I felt the characters were well thought out and realistic.
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Killer story!

I liked all the twists and turns this book took, and just when I thought I had it figured out, something new came out! I thought this was a great story about winning & losing, and how the killer tied that to how he killed his victims. The narrator did a good job, although at times I thought he needed to sound a little more 'evil' if that is possible, when he was speaking for the killer. I did like how we got to be inside the killer's mind and how he was chossing how his victims died, and how we didn't have to listen to gory details of them dying. Great story Julie C Gilbert. I hope there are more like this one coming!