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Publisher's Summary

The Perfect Alibi is book number eight in a new psychological suspense series by best-selling author Blake Pierce, which begins with The Perfect Wife, a number-one best seller.

A suburban wife and mom escapes from the grasp of a psychotic serial killer - only to wind up murdered weeks later.

Was it a coincidence?

Or is there a serial killer out there playing a sick game of catch and release - and catch again?

Can famed FBI Agent Jessie Hunt, 30, shake off her personal trauma and enter this killer’s mind? Can she save the next victim - and maybe even herself - before it is too late?

A fast-paced psychological suspense thriller with unforgettable characters and heart-pounding suspense, The Perfect Alibi is book number eight in a riveting new series that will leave you listening late into the night.

Book number nine in the Jessie Hunt series - The Perfect Neighbor - is now also available.

©2020 Blake Pierce (P)2020 Blake Pierce

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Great Story - Narrator, fair

I love the Jessie Hunt books but the narrator makes them difficult to listen to because she mispronounces so many words. Sometimes she says the wrong words which should be obvious by the context and should have been easily caught by an editor or producer if they were listening. For example, at one point she says someone “was convinced of the murder of” instead of convicted of it.