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By Kindle Customer on 02-13-17
better than expected
I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher. I really really liked this book. It had a kind of slow start, but it picked up eventually and kept right on going. There was a good plot that was easy to follow. I could almost see the story as if it were a movie in my head. The narrator did a good job telling the story. It was nice that the story took you along from the murders and all the way through the investigations and gave you two different perspectives (the detectives and the family of the victims). I liked how it ended. It tied up all the loose ends in the murders, it answered all the questions. It was a great read.
By Karen on 11-30-16
An engaging book of twists and turns
Jonnie Jacobs spins an interesting tale of estranged siblings, murders and family re-connection.
Kallie O'Brien's brother, John, ignores her calls to him and now wants her to call him back. When she talks to him briefly, she realizes he is drunk, and Kallie decides she will call him back the next day. Instead she receives a call from her sister Sabrina saying that is dead.
The sisters go to settle the estate only to find out John is the prime suspect of killing an ex-lover.
Kallie goes to work clearing his name, despite what the evidence looks like and what the detectives believe.
This is an engaging book with lots of twists and turns that keeps your attention.
Cindy Piller is easy to listen with a variety of voices making it easy to know who was talking.
This book is a winner!
“I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author."
By Kelly watley on 11-25-16
A Haunting Killer Thriller!!
From the very first page until the final one...exciting!. Looking forward to following this Author...in fact all the people involved are interesting. Just read and enjoy.
This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of AudiobookBoom dot com."