Perennial New York Times best-selling crime novelist Linda Fairstein explores the rich - and little-known - history of New York City's Central Park in her latest Alexandra Cooper novel, Death Angel.
In her 14 best sellers, Linda Fairstein has enthralled millions of fans with her trademark style that infuses fascinating New York City history with breathtaking suspense. She continually creates some of the most authentic and compelling crime thrillers of our time thanks in part to her extensive experience as a New York City prosecutor.
With Death Angel, Fairstein takes listeners into the storied history of New York's Central Park as Assistant DA Alex Cooper and Detective Mike Chapman race to track down a serial killer before yet another young woman is found dead. Is the body found in the Ramble the first victim of a deranged psychopath, or are other missing women in years past whose remains have never been found connected to this savage attack? Is this enormous urban park a sanctuary in the middle of the city - as it seems to the thousands of New Yorkers and tourists who fill it every day - or is it a hunting ground for a killer with a twisted mind?
Once again, Linda Fairstein will thrill both longtime fans and new listeners with an explosive pause-resister filled with a shocking realism that only she can deliver.
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Worth the Wait!
If I say, it will ruin it for those who have not listened to it yet!
Barbara does a great job...once you get used to the raspy voice for Mike!
I LOVED all the details that Linda Fairstein gave about Central Park. Wow, I never knew there was so much history to it. Linda Fairstein always give a lot of background and historical information in her books, but I was so intrigued by Central Park and the ending was GREAT!
- J. Sindik
What a disappointment!
The story travelled all OVER the place and I was constantly having to back up whenI realized I had simply quit listening. It could not hold my attention for any length of time.
Struggled to get through this, and I usually love Linda Fairstein's books.
Maybe if she had simply spent more time on one plot until jumping somewhere else as soon as she started to get my attention.
Nope. The idea might have been good....but by the time I got to the end, it just...well....ended.... I felt no build up and was left thinking, "wait...that's it?"
Don't waste your time OR your money.