Dear Killer : Marley Clark Mysteries

  • by Linda Lovely
  • Narrated by K. C. Cowan
  • Series: Marley Clark Mysteries
  • 8 hrs and 55 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Marley Clark, a retired military intelligence officer, works security for a Sea Island community simply to keep busy. A single night patrol transforms the feisty widow's yawner of a job into a deadly battle of wits when she finds an islander drowned and bobbing naked amid a potpourri of veggies in a Jacuzzi.
Asked to serve as the lead investigator's liaison, the 52-year-old heroine is startled to discover she's become Deputy Braden Mann's target as well-for romance. Yet their steamy attraction doesn't deter the pair from sorting through a viper's nest of suspects as the body count grows and the pun-loving killer plans a grizzly epitaph for Marley.
DEAR KILLER is the first in a series of Marley Clark adventures that combine heart-pounding suspense with generous sides of romance and humor.


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Customer Reviews

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Loved this book!

What made the experience of listening to Dear Killer the most enjoyable?

This is a great action packed mystery. The narrator did a wonderful job of capturing Marley's independent spirit and the author's terrific dialogue. Humor, romance and mystery are a great combination.

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- Mystery Maven

Solid page turner

Where does Dear Killer rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

Solid mystery and suspenseful. Marley was well developed, as an audacious and intrepid detective, which seemed credible since she was a former military colonel. She was forever resourceful in unconventional ways.

Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?

Constant plot twists and murders. Marley was always on the brink of calamity and that coupled with a steady string of murders kept the pace moving.

What about K. C. Cowan’s performance did you like?

Excellent narration, masterful with gender voice changes and accents.

Any additional comments?

Welcome to have the woman as always the rescuer, but it made Braden a bit inept, especially at the end. He might have been a bit more skillful at helping Marley out.

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- Margaret K. Eberle

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-22-2013
  • Publisher: LHI