From the award-winning author of Chimeras
The line between hunter and hunted is about to blur.
Dubbed the Byzantine Strangler because of the mysterious mosaic tiles he leaves at the crime scene, a new serial killer is stalking the streets of Los Angeles. Racing to decipher the code encrypted in the tiles before the killer strikes again, Detective Track Presius faces a new challenge: the "awakened" genes that make his vision and olfactory sense so sharp are now taking a toll on his life. When a new set of tiles appears in his own backyard, Track makes a chilling realization: those very same genes that are threatening his life are drawing the Byzantine Strangler closer and closer. The line between hunter and hunted has suddenly blurred. Will Track be the next piece of the mosaic puzzle?
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complex and never predictable
Once again, E.E. Giorgi wrote a complicated and thrilling thriller. I generally don't read mysteries since they don't focus that much on character, but E.E. really has created a complex character in Track Presius. Every time I started to think that I knew where things were going, they took another path, so there was tension until the end. I like her books because she includes thought-provoking ideas about genetics. The only thing I would have liked more of, is more about Track's genetics and how they are affecting him and driving him here....
D. Joseph Fenaughty is a perfect narrator for this series: he really creates a perfect noirish cop's voice!
No extreme reactions... I just would like how the action would take all these new twists that I couldn't predict...
- Robin Cohen
a who-done-it with not enough info
- AudioBook Reviewer