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Another great addition to the Carter Ross series. When a woman delivering newspapers is struck by a car and killed it looks pretty clear to all that it was simply a hit and run. When the woman's sister approaches Ross he is the only one that listens. Once he begins to investigate he finds that to further poke around is putting his own life in jeopardy. Not long after an SUV attempts to plow over him and his date in his own front yard, he saves his date but ends up injuring her in the process. EMS and police start looking at him as an abuser. Ross narrows his suspect list to two but doesn't realize until it's almost too late that he's trusting the wrong person.
The is a very good book with some quite funny moments. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and look forward to the next in the series.
MacLeod Andrews does an outstanding job narrating.
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The Girl Next Door is Book 3 in the Carter Ross series. Ross is an investigative journalist with the Newark Eagle-Examiner. This series includes wonderful supporting characters led by Tina Thompson who is Ross' boss and editor. Tina continues throughout the series as a single woman who is desperately trying to deal with her biological clock by having a baby, hopefully with Carter Ross's participation. The publisher's summary does a nice job setting up the plot, so as is my practice I'll merely suggest the reader refer to it.
Narrator McLeod Andrews is not new to me (I've listened to the 6 novel Project Eden series by Brett Battles, several novels in Catherine Coulter's FBI series, and other books Andrews narrated), but I had not noticed the versatility of his voice until this series. He gives each character his/her own voice and does a great job with female voices.
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