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The Boy in the Headlights

Holger Munch & Mia Kruger, Book 3
Narrated by: Laura Paton
Series: Holger Munch and Mia Kruger, Book 3
Length: 10 hrs and 13 mins
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Random House presents the audiobook edition of The Boy in Headlights by Samuel Bjork, read by Laura Paton. 

The best-selling series, a former Richard and Judy book club pick, returns with another chilling case.

Munch and Krüger. An unexpected pairing. A brilliant team.

Winter 1999. An old man is driving home when his headlights catch an animal on the empty road up ahead. He stamps hard on the brakes. But it is not an animal at all. It is a young boy, frightened and alone, with a set of deer antlers strapped firmly to his head.

Fourteen years later, a body is found in a mountain lake. Within weeks, three people have died. Each time, the killer has left a clue, inviting Special Investigations Detectives Munch and Krüger to play a deadly game - a game they cannot possibly win. Against the most dangerous and terrifying kind of serial killer. One who chooses their victims completely at random.

To find the killer they must look deep within their own dark pasts, but how can you stop a murderer when you cannot begin to predict their next move?

©2019 Samuel Bjork (P)2019 Random House Audiobooks

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  • sylvia moss
  • 04-11-19

Not as good as the other 2 books

The build up in the beginning was good but it falls flat at the end, I fell lose ends where not tied and the story quickly finished as if the author cut corners to reach a dead line.