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Publisher's Summary

Success can never be guaranteed in every case Alexandra Cooper prosecutes, but for once the odds are with her; she is able to put away a serial rapist for a crime he committed over twenty years previously. Outside the courtroom another predator is at large. His first victim was a call-girl and it seems as though detectives need to look amongst her clients for the killer - but the discovery of other corpses, the modus operandi remarkably similar to the first, turns the investigation into a hunt for a viciously sadistic murderer.
©2008 Fairstein Enterprises, LLC (P)2008 Recorded Books LLC
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3 out of 5 stars
By Lia on 04-14-11

Slow going

This book was slow, at times I thought the story was going to get better so i kept listening. In the end the book was just OK. I found it difficult to understand all the charaters as the narrator sounded the same. Maybe that was because I am Australian and we don't get New York accents.

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2 out of 5 stars
By Noiresque on 05-17-17

Fairstein's worst

After a promising opening with some great courtroom scenes, it quickly devolved into a borderline racist, uninteresting story with Mike Chapman at his most obnoxious. Even Barbara Rosenblat could not keep me finishing this in a timely manner.

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