This story isn't quite as dark as book one, but it's every bit as scary. The antagonists in this story are the scariest ones available to an author, people. Fontainne has managed to perfectly capture the depravity and corruption of the human evildoer, while also conveying the absolute fear of the innocent and the long-lingering after-effects. Roberts, as always, did an excellent job with the voice-acting, bringing the book to life.
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This is the second book in a series.It is good.I liked the characters more than I did in the first book.We start by hearing a harrowing story of Karinas mothers best friend.Karina and her mother seem to still be in the mobs sites.Terrible things happen ,people die and yet there seems to be no mourning by any of the characters.Rebecca Roberts is a great narrator.“I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.”
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Blood Loss was another good one in this series. I really like the mother/daughter duo and how even though they are not investigators anymore it's still in their blood and they can't seem to let their curiosity just lie. They had to dig into things even when asked not to and a part of them wishes they would have left things alone but there was no going back. I was a little bummed with how some things went down at the end but overall I really enjoyed this crime/mystery.