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What Are You Afraid Of?

Narrated by: Jim Frangione
Length: 10 hrs and 29 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (18 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

She's learned all about killers

They aren't the kind of women anyone misses. Truck-stop hookers, runaways...no one would even notice they'd disappeared if the killer didn't photograph their lifeless bodies, posed in the back of a semi-trailer. Exactly like the infamous Trucker murders. But this isn't just a copycat. It's a vendetta.

Now he'll teach her

Carmen Jacobs interviewed the world's most terrifying serial killers for her best-selling book, The Heart of a Predator. The police might not believe her, but she knows there's a monster out there, paying homage to other murderers. The only person who can predict where he'll strike next is Griffin Archer - a reclusive software millionaire with ample reason not to help her.

How to die

Carmen has charmed her way past Griffin's defenses before. He didn't intend to let it happen again. But with a psycho sending her trophies of his kills, he has no choice but to get involved. The clues point to a killer obsessed with Carmen - someone who knows her work, her past, her secrets. Someone who won't be satisfied until he has made all her deepest fears come true.

©2018 Debbie Raleigh (P)2018 Recorded Books

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Not bad. Decent listen.

It's a decent story but the villains give long winded speeches that give away their plan and gives the hero time to act. A little corny. I'd say it's still worth a credit though.

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