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One of New York City's most haunting buildings is the Deadhouse. This abandoned structure - which sits on a small island in the middle of the East River like the ghostly remains of a castle - plays in the imagination as a likely place for murder.
It's the holiday season, but there's little reason for cheer at one of New York's most elite colleges. A respected professor is dead, strangled and dumped in an elevator shaft. Lola Dakota's lifeless fingers clutch a few strands of hair, and a piece of paper in her pocket reads "The Deadhouse".
Opportunistic murder seems unlikely as assistant DA Alexandra Cooper uncovers a distressing pattern of betrayal and terror. There's proof that Lola's husband wanted her dead. And why did Lola have a photograph of Charlotte Voight pinned to her office bulletin board? Charlotte left her dorm room eight months ago and vanished into the night. Are they both victims of the same predator?
Perhaps most puzzling of all are the words "The Deadhouse". What was Lola's connection to this desolate place where people once endured slow and agonizing deaths? And what danger awaits Alex as she targets Lola's killer?
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By Monica on 11-12-12
Narrator was very disappointing.
Would you try another book from Linda Fairstein and/or Melissa Hughes?
I enjoy all of Ms. Fairstein's books (unabridged ones) but I found the narrator Melissa Hughes very disappointing. Barbara Rosenblat has done a wonderful job of making the New York characters come alive for me in this series of books, so listening to another narrator is a real come down.
Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?
Yes. The descriptions of the isolation of the location of the old prison and hospital sites and the bad weather added to the suspense.
How did the narrator detract from the book?
Was The Deadhouse worth the listening time?
Yes. I dislike listening to abridged books because too much of the story gets left out.
Any additional comments?
In a series of books such as this you should not change narrators.
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