In her 17th Alexandra Cooper thriller, New York Times best-selling author Linda Fairstein takes listeners where they have never been before: inside the mind of NYPD Detective Mike Chapman.
The Manhattan waterfront is one of New York City's most magnificent vistas, boasting both the majestic Statue of Liberty and the George Washington Bridge - the world's busiest span for motor vehicles. But in Devil's Bridge, Detective Mike Chapman will discover the peril that lurks along this seemingly benign expanse as he takes on his most personal case yet: the disappearance of Alex Cooper.
Coop's sudden disappearance is fraught with terrifying complications: scores of enemies she has made after a decade of putting criminals behind bars, a recent security breach with dangerous repercussions, and a new intimacy in her relationship with Mike. Now the police commissioner himself is wary of the methods Mike will use to get Coop back...if he even can.
Once again Linda Fairstein proves why she is "one of the best crime fiction writers in America today" with her most intense Alexandra Cooper novel yet.
"The Queen of Intelligent Suspense." (Lee Child)
"A champion teller of detective tales." (USA Today)
"Alex Cooper is a fascinating heroine...based on the equally fascinating life of her creator." (O, The Oprah Magazine)
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Disappointing and painful
I have read or listened to the entire Alex Cooper series. I couldn't wait for this latest installment to become available and could not believe how difficult it was to listen to the end.
Barbara Rosenblat is one of my all time favorite narrators. I did find that there were some lapses in Mike Chapman's delivery when Ms. Rosenblat's performance seemed to tire and to lapse into "Alex" mode.
Tough one. Perhaps a little less Chapman...
Love this series and can only hope that the author doesn't go down the rabbit hole of having an intricate relationship between two of her main characters become so banal that it destroys the series.
- Elizabeth Way
- S. Moore