When a sniper kills four people on Boston Common, Boston homicide detective Mike Houston and his partner Anne Bouchard are sent to investigate the case. Amidst the blood and terror, Houston discovers similarities, likenesses the killer’s positioning, his choice of victims, and his code of ethics between the crime scene and his own training as a US Marine scout and sniper. And with the staging of the scene set for prime shock value, Houston has to wonder what it is this murderer intends to accomplish. The connection is confirmed in the worst possible way when the sniper strikes again, this time killing Houston’s ex-wife, severing what’s left of the bond between Houston and his estranged daughter, Susie. It’s personal now, and as the death toll rises, Houston and Bouchard will stop at nothing to find the cold-blooded sniper who’s making a mockery of their department. In a final gesture of cat and mouse depravity, the killer kidnaps Susie, luring Houston to an island on a remote lake in Maine for a deadly, sniper-to-sniper showdown.
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Narration drove me crazy!
Don't think so.
Not sure however Christopher Price' voice was painful and dull. Drove me crazy and I only made it half way through before I had to give up.
Disappointment, the storyline was predictable and slow.
This book was nothing but a collection standard plot devices and story lines. The book was entirely predictable and dull.
Price's performance was fine. He did the best he could with what he had to work with.
Disappointment. However, I'm thrilled it was a free book and I didn't waste my money on it.
You can skip this book. You've already read it or watched it on TV, the characters just have different names.