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Publisher's Summary

A riveting psychological thriller inspired by the infamous, real-life serial killer Ted Bundy, in which an FBI criminal profiler faces off against a twisted and charismatic UNSUB.
When five Texas women disappear without trace, each on Saturday nights, the local authorities call in the FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit. The newest member of this elite group of criminal profilers, Caitlin Hendrix, is all too familiar with hunting society's most depraved and twisted criminals. She suspects that the women were taken by a highly confident killer who convinces victims to lower their guard so he can gain power over them. But there's no evidence that any of the victims are dead - until a dog drags home a bloody strip of fabric torn from a white baby doll nightgown.
Caitlin and the team find the victim's body deep in the woods, laid out in a white nightie, which she was dressed in after death. Then they find a second victim, also dressed in a white nightgown. Her body is surrounded by Polaroid photos, stuck in the ground like headstones. Each one pictures a woman - some alive and terrified, some dead. A devastating serial killer is at work, and Hendrix will stop at nothing to catch him before his victims pay the ultimate price.
©2017 Meg Gardiner (P)2017 Penguin Audio
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4 out of 5 stars
By William on 03-07-18

Good LONG story

Would you consider the audio edition of Into the Black Nowhere to be better than the print version?

NA

What did you like best about this story?

Nice series and good storyline

Did the narration match the pace of the story?

At times the narration seems to put you to sleep. I found myself daydreaming at times.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

NA

Any additional comments?

Opportunity for more detail into the insight of the unsubstantiated but barley scratched the surface. Story dragged way to long. Almost as if they had a movie in mind when they wrote. There were acts that would make a movie but didn't help the story. This was the second book in the unsubscribe series and I almost stopped before the end due to being bored. I actually stopped before the end on the book prior. Must be a common thing for the author.

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2 out of 5 stars
By Kelley Jo on 02-03-18

Huh?

I can’t believe this is the same person who wrote the “China Lake” series. Those books were so good. This is terrible. I gave it two stars, because the first half wasn’t too bad, and held my attention enough to keep trying. But, boy did it go downhill fast! By the end, it had just gotten stupid.

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