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Publisher's Summary

Jasmine Marcks was a teenager when she discovered her father was a killer. First, there was the strip of bloody duct tape; then, the bloodstain on his shirt; and finally, the long nights away from home that always coincided with gruesome deaths. Roscoe Lee Marcks killed 14 people before he was finally put behind bars - but, as renowned FBI agent Karen Vail soon learns, Marcks's reign of terror isn't over yet.
After writing a book about growing up as the child of a serial killer, Jasmine receives a letter - a single sheet of paper mailed from the maximum-security prison Marcks now calls home. The page hides a threatening message from a father who wants vengeance against the daughter who turned him into the police. So when Marcks breaks out of prison, Agent Vail calls in a legendary retired profiler to help her find the escaped convict - and keep him from making Jasmine his 15th victim.
©2017 Alan Jacobson (P)2017 Dreamscape Media, LLC
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4 out of 5 stars
By shelley on 12-21-17

Good Book, needs a better narrator...

At 14 Jasmine Marks went to the police with bloody duct tape and tried to turn her father in for being a serial killer, they didn't believe her. She tried again at 17. This time they believed her but had no evidence. When she was 21 her father was finally put in prison for life.
Ten years later she writes a book called The Serial Killer's Daughter and he vows to get her after reading her book. Roscoe Lee Marks escapes from prison and the hunt (and murders) are on a fast track right to the end. But all is not as it seems and it's up to the protagonist, Karen Vail to figure it out before the killer gets to her own son.
This is an excellent addition to the Karen Vail series. Lots of fast paced suspense and unexpected twists.
Daniela Acitelli's narration is ok but I think the book could be a better audio book with a better narrator. She does sad very well but exciting is rather monotone.
I recommend this book as well as the others in this series.
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3 out of 5 stars
By DAWN on 04-11-18

terrible narrator

storyline was good however the narrator ruined the book itself. Very bad long drawn out words. made main character sound nothing like previous books. changed her whole personality

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