Wireman

Narrated by: Daniel Dorse
Length: 8 hrs and 39 mins
2.0 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)

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He waits in the shadows, a dark and deadly presence. And with each new killing he becomes less human and more vicious. He stands patiently, a wire garrote in his hands, ready to claim another victim. Soon he will have one more to add to his growing list of victims unless they can stop him. But how can they stop him when they don't know who he is? Or what he is? To a terrified city he was known only as the Wireman.

Set in the 1970s, two brothers return from the Vietnam war with blood on their hands. Learning to kill the enemy wasn't something that would go away when they returned home to Houston, Texas. Could one of them be the serial killer, Wireman? Could the other stop him?

Loosely based on true crimes that occurred in Houston, Texas in 1978-80.

A suspense thriller by Edgar-Nominated author, Billie Sue Mosiman.

©1984-2012 Billie Sue Mosiman (P)2012 Billie Sue Mosiman

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  • 08-03-20

fantastic

a little harrowing to start off but on the whole it was a fantastic audiobook from the pen of Billie Sue Mosiman and narrated superbly, as always, by Daniel Dorse xxxxx