Red Ribbons : Dr. Kate Pearson

  • by Louise Phillips
  • Narrated by Caroline Morahan
  • Series: Dr. Kate Pearson
  • 12 hrs and 32 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The critically acclaimed first novel in Louise Phillips' award-winning and internationally best-selling Kate Pearson thriller series.
The Serial Killer
A missing schoolgirl is found buried in the Dublin Mountains, hands clasped together in prayer, two red ribbons in her hair. Twenty-four hours later, a second schoolgirl is found in a shallow grave - her body identically arranged. The hunt for the killer is on.
The Criminal Psychologist
The police call in criminal psychologist Kate Pearson to get inside the mind of the murderer before he strikes again. But the more Kate discovers about the killings, the more it all feels terrifyingly familiar.
The Accused Woman
As the pressure to find the killer intensifies, there's one vital connection to be made - Ellie Brady, a woman institutionalized 15 years earlier for the murder of her daughter Amy. She stopped talking when everybody stopped listening.
But what connects the death of Amy Brady to the murdered schoolgirls? As Kate Pearson begins to unravel the truth, danger is closer than she knows.


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Customer Reviews

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A true psychological thriller

I enjoyed this book very much. It took you deeply inside the mind of a killer and the people that hunt them. I'll read more of this series.
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I am so glad I did not give up on this book!

Where does Red Ribbons rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

REALLY good and I hope Audible gets books 2-4 in this series. I almost gave up listening because it just sounded really out there at first but I was completely sucked in by the third chapter and couldn't stop listening. Kate Pearson is a really interesting character.

What did you like best about this story?

It is an amalgam of various stories that are woven together nicely. It's well-paced with never a dull moment. Sometimes it's hard to make a book interesting when the reader knows who the bad guy is from the beginning. I did not expect to enjoy this as much as I did, quite frankly.

What does Caroline Morahan bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

She was really pleasant to listen but she had good material to work with.

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- Margaret

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-15-2016
  • Publisher: Audible Studios