Packed with nail-baiting thrills, Nothing to Fear introduces Karen Rose's most dangerous killer. Ready or not, here Sue comes....
Sue Conway is out of control. Recently released from prison she is determined to find the people responsible for putting her there and to give them a taste of what she has had to endure. When Sue kidnaps an 11-year-old deaf boy, it's only the first stage in an elaborate plan.
Running to Chicago, Sue poses as a battered woman, which leads her to Hanover House, an inner-city women's shelter run by Dana Dupinsky. Dana safeguards many secrets in her own life and in the lives of those around her, but she would never harbour a murderer - that is, if she knew that one was living at the shelter.
Distracted by the presence of a new man in her life, Dana only realises the danger when those around suddenly start dying and she is thrust into the middle of Sue's dangerous and evil game.
"A pulse pounding tale that has it all: suspense, action, and a very hunky private investigator." (Cosmopolitan)
"Rose's well-crafted story sets pulses pounding and pages turning." (Bookpage)
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Another winner by Karen Rose
I am loving these Karen Rose audiobooks! She is able to strike the right balance between thriller and romance and usually has a twist at the end that you don't see coming. Often, authors are not able to bring the serial killer spirit truly to life in a female but Karen did a brilliant job with this in this book. I only allow myself to listen when I'm exercising so getting into shape as there are so many good bits I can't wait to hear! Thanks Karen! All in all, loved it.
I love the twists that Karen puts in so brilliantly. You just don't see them coming.
I have to say, this narrator was not my favorite. Having read another book featuring Evie, I really didn't like the low-brow version of her voice which did not suit the character at all. The male voices were pretty good though and she did a good job keeping her voices consistent which much be hard.