The second serial killer in less than a year is prowling the streets of Miami, systematically killing off some of South Florida's most beautiful young women. Detective Al Warner is just back on the job, fully recovered from a bullet wound that cracked his skull during a deadly chance encounter with another madman. Due to rigorous physical therapy, Warner is in the best shape of his life, but his days are laced with headaches and his sleep fraught with terrifying dreams. Lack of rest clouds his usually laser-sharp mind, but doesn't slow his single-minded hunt for this new killer. Warner and the FBI's BAU become more frustrated as each new death provides plenty of evidence it's the same killer, but no new clues to his identity. They learn the killer's name, Angie Dedios, and eventually realizes it's really "Angel de Dios"...the Angel of God...but they are helpless as more beauties die with no new leads as to this deadly "angel's" real identity. Then Warner's love, Sharon Clark, becomes a target for this madman, and Warner must stop him before she is his eighth victim. Only chance again brings them all together in one final deadly dance of terror.
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I finished it but just barely
I love mysteries. I live for mysteries. This listen ticked me off.
The narrator was okay but he was not convincing as a tough-as-nails, seen-it-all cop who survived a serial killer.
Then there's the story. Are. You. Kidding. Me.
I stayed with this story for quite awhile because I couldn't figure out the whodunnit (the fun part of a mystery.) I kept thinking that the payoff would be a good one since the culprit had stayed hidden for so long. Then it went where it went and it ticked me off.
I didn't hate it. I just didn't like it. And we mystery lover's deserve better.
- Dee "I download over 100 books a year. I don't even know how to go about my day without listening to a title. It's my happy place!"
A Decent Listen To Pass The Time Away..
I Haven't Read The Printed Version To Compare The Two...
I'd Say The Ending..Very Suspenseful *no spolier alerts here*
The Voice Of The Killer Was Spellbounding! And A little Scary Too...
Yes...It Was Entertaining... It Was Interesting To Enter The Detective's Mind...
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