The Wicked

Righteous Series, Book 3
Narrated by: Arielle DeLisle
Series: The Righteous, Book 3
Length: 8 hrs and 35 mins
4.6 out of 5 stars (37 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Thanks to her brother Jacob, Eliza Christianson’s young life has been anything but dull. At 17 she helped him solve a brutal murder within their conservative polygamous community, and later she supported him when he was recruited by the FBI to infiltrate a dangerous cult. Now it’s Eliza’s turn to make her mark - a woman comes to Eliza after her daughter is recruited by a doomsday cult led by a man called “The Disciple”. In a strange twist of fate, one of the only leads is David, Jacob and Eliza’s brother, who was shunned by their church.

Eliza sets out to convince David to help her navigate the cult and stage a rescue. Her daring plan takes her to the Las Vegas desert where The Disciple is waiting.…

Provocative and engrossing, The Wicked is a view behind the veil of religious fanaticism as seen through the eyes of an extraordinary heroine.

©2012 Michael Wallace (P)2012 Brilliance Audio, Inc.

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Strong, Smart, Intense Eliza

This time Eliza steps up as the heroine. Just wish she'd take some kind of women's defense course or go to an investigation intensive so she learns to better trust her instincts. But I love how she thinks outside the box, encourages others with rational and very reasonable arguments and determination. Good to see David, Miriam and Abraham's connection in the story. I'll be checking out the next I one very soon.