She senses their twisted desires before she meets them. It's as if fate is helping her stop these monsters from preying on others the way she was preyed upon. And after she has delivered brutal justice, she'll let the whole world see their guilt.
"I must pay for what I've done." The first victim - naked, bound, frozen to death - wore the note strung around his neck. Now there's another note - this one attached to Detective September Rafferty's own stepbrother. Stefan survives, but September is sure he knows more than he's saying. Someone is eliminating suspected sexual predators. And the only thing more dangerous than a madman is a killer who's ruthlessly sane.
Racing to predict the next target, September finds herself drawn into a harrowing and deeply personal case. For this time, there are no innocents - only the one who kills, and those condemned to die....
"Nancy Bush always delivers edge-of-your seat suspense!" (Lisa Jackson, New York Times best-selling author)
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Poorly narrated story
It was incredibly hard to listen to the sleezy narration. It was ok for the "bad guys" but it crept on the good guys voices. Oregonians do NOT sound like that. I had a hard time keeping track of the story...and it really felt like a punishment to finish it.
I also find it hard to follow. I was surprised at all the 5 stars rating...perhaps her other books are better. Perhaps had I read this instead of listened I would have been better off.
Watch that she didn't use a drawl to differentiate people. There are times when it flows well. Its when she tries to create a voice--and ends up drawling.
Can't imagine it. Wouldn't want to see it.
- Creative elbell
HORRIBLE - narration ruined book
I have read others, I enjoyed them, narrator had names wrong which made it extremely hard to follow - stopped did not finish.
No - not now