Stalker : Decker / Lazarus

  • by Faye Kellerman
  • Narrated by Mitchell Greenberg
  • Series: Decker / Lazarus
  • 13 hrs and 56 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

L.A. Homicide Detective Peter Decker never wanted the perils of his job to touch his family. But now his two worlds have collided.
A first year rookie with the LAPD's Hollywood Division, Cynthia Decker became a cop against her father, Peter Decker's, wishes. But police work is in her blood, and she's determined to make it on her own -- even now, when her razor sharp instincts for danger are telling her that something is very wrong....
The signs are impossible to ignore: things being moved around in her apartment, the destruction of personal effects. But it's a harrowing trip down a dark canyon road that confirms Cindy's worst fears. Someone fiendishly relentless, and with decidedly evil intentions, is stalking her. And with Peter Decker isolated from her troubles by his own investigation into a disturbing series of car-jackings, it's up to Cindy alone to find out who in her personal and/or professional life wants her frightened or harmed... or dead.

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Cindy's a Twit

I am a big fan of this series and I am so happy to have about dozen more books to go! I’ll be entertained for a long time to come.

This twelfth installment was great and I liked that it was mostly told from Cindy’s point of view, it was an interesting change of pace.

Surprisingly, I discovered I don’t really like her that much! Her attitude was infuriating and borderline illogical – why would a cop deny strange happenings and rationalize away events that are obviously directed at her? It didn’t ring true.

I also had A LOT of trouble following the case as it unwound because there were just too many moving pieces and I am terrible at remembering names.

Nevertheless, I really enjoyed the book and look forward to more.
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- Simone

I liked it

What did you love best about Stalker?

The story kept going throughout. Decker, the dad, showed a very human side when his daughter was in danger.


What about Mitchell Greenberg’s performance did you like?

He does character voices well.


Any additional comments?

I saw some bad reviews and did not expect much. Not sure what drove others away from the book, but I enjoyed it. Certainly, it was a better listen than Jupiter's bones, in my opinion.

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- H Hartsoch

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-22-2012
  • Publisher: HarperAudio