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Detective Manny Alvarez knows the body of a murdered Florida student is only the beginning - his investigation soon reveals a terrifying trend in nightclub abductions.
Hotshot Assistant State Attorney Daria DeBianchi works the case, too, hoping it will be the one that makes her career. It will - but for all the wrong reasons.
Their only lead, notorious serial killer William Bantling, claims they are looking for more than one murderer. However, in exchange for the truth, he wants off death row.
C. J. Townsend, the prosecutor who put Bantling behind bars, lives under a false identity and struggles to forget the horrors of her past. However, her new life - along with everyone else’s - is about to be shattered.…
©2013 Jilliane Hoffman (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
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1 out of 5 stars
By Wayne on 03-20-16

Mediocre story with a really bad narrator!

First the story: The plot has real potential which is never realized. The plot theme is an international "snuff club" where the members, all male, rape and murder young women in front of cameras with other members of the club viewing and interacting live over the Internet. The Cutting Room ends with most of the problem being unresolved. The truncated ending makes no sense. Nevertheless, there is enough suspense, action, etc. to satisfy most thriller readers.

In past reviews I have written that Angela Dawe's narration is irritating much as the sound of fingernails scratching a chalk board. Although she does male voices especially well, she should NEVER be selected to narrate an audiobook; she is horrid! I could see her playing the Wicked Witch of the West (or I could have before seeing Wicked on Broadway and found out she was really nice rather than Wicked). She has exactly the right voice to play a mute in the movies.

If you are interested in this book, get the Kindle ebook version.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Pamela on 12-06-15

Did not like narrator

write the story but I did not like the narrator's voice it was irritated the story ended with a set up for the next book

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