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Touching Evil

By: Kay Hooper
Narrated by: Alyssa Bresnahan
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Kay Hooper weaves an irresistible web of mystery and suspense in her latest thriller Touching Evil. Police sketch artist Maggie Barnes, whose exceptional talent has made her indespensible, faces the challenge of a lifetime when a deranged psychopath grips the city in a horiffic tirade that leaves many women wounded. Maggie’s abilities are put to the test as she struggles to put a face to the acts and uncover this predator before even she becomes his victim.

©2001 Kay Hooper (P)2002 Recorded Books, LLC

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I loved it it's a good story it helps you realize bad things happen in the world and you can overcome them no matter what as long as you have life you can live and be fruitful although the only thing I didn't like was the monotone of the female voice I think it would be better read by mail deep voice you can get into the characterizations better but once you start listening to the female voice you're okay but I think it would be better if it was read by a male

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