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Publisher's Summary

Is Harriet Blue as great a detective as Lindsay Boxer?
Harriet Blue, the most single-minded detective since Lindsay Boxer, won't rest until she stops a savage killer targeting female university students. But there's something strange about the newest victim - clues to an even more chilling predator.
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Lightning-fast stories by James Patterson


Novels you can devour in a few hours
Impossible to stop listening
All original content from James Patterson

©2016 James Patterson & Candice Fox (P)2016 Hachette Audio
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By S. Sears on 05-12-17

Great Beginning to a Great Series

This is a great book and Harry Blue is a great character. My wife and I listened to the second book "Never Never" in the series first. We liked it so much we looked to see if there was a collection around the Harry Blue character and found this book. Now we can hardly wait for the next book in the series to come out.
The same lady reads both books and she definitely adds to the entertainment value. I hope she continues with the series too.

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By Tara Spekkens on 03-23-17

Great character

Love the character of detective Blue. Not sure if it's because of the story, because or Faraday Holmes' narration, or a combination of the two.

I usually prefer hard copy reads as I love the whole tactile portion of reading, the hurried turning of the page at an exciting point in the story, the anxious shifting as you reach a pivotal moment in the book, and the physical finality of closing the book upon itself once the story is complete.

I was taken in...by this story...this narrator, and was able to truly enjoy my first audiobook fiction.

Two thumbs up from me!

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