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Wednesday: Story of a Serial Killer

Narrated by: Nathan Bakker
Length: 4 hrs and 11 mins
3 out of 5 stars (5 ratings)

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Westminster, 2013. Wole Robert is black. A Brit. His marriage is on a razor edge. He had always want to be a tattooist but his overbearing mother didn't let his passion see the light of day. He turned out a detective.

Meanwhile, a clever monster glides undetected through London, leaving behind a gruesome trail of carnage...but with few clues - tattoos on the victims.

But this monster takes it one day at a time - strikes every Wednesday.

The nerves of the Specialist Crime Directorate of the London Metropolitan Police are on edge until investigations lead them to believe one of their own - Detective Wole Robert - is the villain.

As Wole Robert sets out to unmask a maniac and clear his name, he discovers that someone is trying to sabotage his investigations. Someone wants him dead.

©2013, 2017 Success Akpojotor (P)2018 Success Akpojotor

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A Serial Killer

It is somewhat a predictable plot but enjoyed listening to the audio book.If you are a fan of this genre, you will like this book.

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A fine detective story done outside the box

First of all, the crime, the murders were of huge significance.

Second, I loved the detective. He was memorable with his believable weakness.

Third, the culprit was an intelligent match for the protagonist.

Fourth, I was carried along. Author did well with suspects, clues and red herrings.

Five, there was suspension of disbelief.

Author did well. Narrator was OK, I think. Story was fine.

Need more audiobooks from this author.

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get past the narrator

I struggled a little with the narrator. The story was a little sexual but ok.