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Hangman, Hangman, what do you see? Four little girls, as cute as can be. The eerie schoolyard chant still sends ripples of horror through North Buffalo. Not so long ago, serial killer Marcus Flynn preyed upon the community’s teenaged daughters - until he was cornered and shot in the head. But Flynn lived, carrying to prison the nickname "Hangman", along with the secret of his last victim’s fate. Homicide cop Abbie Kearney wasn’t around during Hangman’s reign of terror. She hadn’t yet come home to wear her dad’s old badge in the tough Irish American stronghold known as "the County". Abbie had never experienced firsthand the horror of Hangman. Until now.
Hangman, Hangman, where do they go? Down on the ground, where the daffodils grow. A corrections officer lies dead, a prison van stands empty...and somewhere out there, the monster who condemned innocents to death at the end of a rope watches and waits to strike again. Abbie leads a desperate manhunt through a city driven to its knees by fear, matching wits with a predator as brilliant as he is elusive. But as more victims are claimed, a rising tide of secrecy, paranoia, and politics forces her to realize that stepping beyond the law may be the only way to find justice. Because with each passing hour, the stakes grow higher - and Hangman’s noose gets tighter.
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By Marianne M. on 12-19-16
This is a scary one - quite a riddle to the end.
Would you listen to Hangman again? Why?
Yes. So many details to recapture. Fascinating characters that are red herrings.
What did you like best about this story?
Believable heroine. Minimal romance. Great intrigue.
Which character – as performed by David H. Lawrence XVII – was your favorite?
The heroine is great but the other cops and The Hangman are absolutely great. Tough to choose.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
Laugh or cry?...heavens no! This book made me check the locks on the doors and turn on the outside lights. I was glad for the company of my dogs to protect me.