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If you are into Psychological Thrillers, The Art of Fear: Little Things That Kill, Book 1 by Pamela Crane, narrated by Melanie Carey is going to be your new favorite! It is an outstanding audiobook!
Hands down, 100%, Pamela Crame's writing is top-notch...thoroughly engaging!! I was completely enthralled by every word, listening like my life depended on it. I couldn't stop listening, and I couldn't wait to pick up where I left off the second I got out of work. As a result, I am now the proud owner of every book and audiobook she has has out!! I also have pre-ordered the next in this series, set to be released June 2018! I also am a subscriber to her newsletter where I learned that Ms. Crane regularly interacts with her readers and holds drawings and giveaways. So nice! Especially, because she is so busy already...she has a family of six and is a horse rescuer. This woman deserves an award! Not only is she a talented writer, but she also is a caring mother, an animal lover, a positive role-model, and clearly one smart cookie!
The narration is fantastic, and Melanie Carey couldn't be more perfect for this book! It is the first time I have listened to her work, and I am curious what other books she has narrated! Great job...keep it up!
You will not be disappointed with your purchase of this audiobook. I now have a new favorite author and a slew of books to dive into! Thank you, Pamela Crane, and keep up doing what you're doing...it's working!! Without hesitation, I rate The Art of Fear: The Little Things That Kill, Book 1 a well-deserved 5/5 stars.
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'Art of Fear' was a different take on a conspiracy type suspense/thriller that I rather enjoyed. Ari is a young woman who is blamed for the death of her younger sister when they were children. Her memories are foggy but her mother is certain that she is responsible for the tragedy and doesn't let Ari forget it. Enter Tina and Tristan, who Ari meets at her suicide support group. She engages in tumultuous relationships with both and the result is an intriguing and fast paced story of friendship, love, scheming and justice. I would recommend this book to listeners who enjoy the suspense/thriller genre!
I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.
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