The Girl Who Cried Too Much: A McClintock-Carter Crime Thriller
- The McClintock-Carter Crime Thriller Series, Book 2
- Narrated by: George Kuch
- Series: The McClintock-Carter Crime Thriller , Book 2
- Length: 8 hrs and 18 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Categories: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Thriller & Suspense
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Buy for $19.95
Three cold cases closed
With the closure of the oldest cold case in Paradise Hill, and the potential closure of two more, amateur sleuth and crime reporter Tess McClintock continues to work with FBI Special Agent Michael Carter. When doubts about the killer's identity arise, Tess and Michael to dig deeper into the cases, with help from members of The Missing - the internet sleuth group Tess belongs to.
A killer enjoying the mayhem
While they get closer to the truth, Tess and Michael also grow closer, and their budding romance complicates the investigation. The real killer continues to target Tess, toying with her and Michael while he plots his next move.
New evidence points to a new suspect
New evidence suggests another suspect may have been involved and police and FBI Agents rush to investigate, struggling to separate fact from fiction.
The Girl Who Cried Too Much, the second book in the McClintock-Carter Crime Thriller Series, follows Tess and Michael as they fight to stop a ruthless killer before he strikes again.
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End of story
The story moves slowly & instead of ending just drifts off. If you don’t buy the next part you won’t know the ending. It is a non challenging story. I did buy all 3 books.
- Kindle Customer
A good read
A good read. I found the first book more interesting. Let's see what the last one is like.
- Anonymous User
2 books down and still waiting
This is the 2nd book of what I thought would be good intriguing stories, but it takes 3 books to catch the killer? Really? So you must buy the next book if you want to see if the killer gets caught. I guess that’s one way of selling books. Just get to the end already.... I’m over waiting for them to catch him.