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Publisher's Summary

The clock is ticking. They're still missing.  
After handing in his detective badge, Mason Black now lives a stable life as a private investigator. But when the bodies of two children are discovered with messages written in blood, the pattern of a familiar killer emerges.  
Now, the Carter twins are missing, and only Mason can help. With his unique knowledge of the killer, he has an advantage over the San Francisco Police Department. While his marriage falls apart, he must choose between repairing his life and opening doors that were meant to stay closed. There's just one problem: neither solution will restore his faith in humanity.  
The Lullaby Killer is on the hunt, and Mason Black is always a step behind. As the trail reveals shocking secrets and surprising twists, you'll be holding your breath for the entirety of this gut-wrenching detective thriller.
©2018 Adam Nicholls (P)2018 Adam Nicholls
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4 out of 5 stars
By shelley on 05-29-18

Light, fast and a cliffhanger!

This is a pretty good listen. Andrew Tell narrates and I've come to like him through the Jack Stratton series.
This book begins with the protagonist Mason Black as a retired police detective. What it doesn't give you immediately is the backstory of the antagonist, the Lullaby killer and how he is responsible for Black's decision to leave the force.
This is not a complicated book. The story is light and fast. It is also straight forward though the description of murdered children might make some cringe. The one thing that bugged me is that this book is relatively short and it ends with a major cliffhanger!!
Other then that I would recommend this book.
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4 out of 5 stars
By cosmitron on 06-07-18

A great Narrator makes the story come alive.

As a well crafted story with interesting characters the listener is drawn in to this world through the magic of Audio.

The first stories were told not written this is a example of this ancient Art form.

The Narrator made the story interesting for me and helped me to complete it in a short time.


This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

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