The Preference

  • by A.K. Alexander
  • Narrated by Angel Clark
  • 6 hrs and 26 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

San Diego homicide detective Holly Jennings is back in The Preference, and she is hunting the most sadistic killer she's faced yet.
Do you prefer red or white? It's a simple question....
When couples from Las Vegas to Colorado Springs receive emails with an offer to win a free trip to Napa Valley by simply stating their preference of either red or white wine, little do they know the killing spree their "preferences" sets in motion.
He calls himself The Connoisseur....
He stalks and murders young, beautiful, red-headed or blonde women, depending on the preference of "his clients". The Connoisseur is methodical, sadistic, and with a need to seek what he considers justice for himself.
Homicide detective Holly Jennings wants nothing more than to nail The Connoisseur. However, when his next victim doesn't fit his modus operandi, Holly has to consider the possibility of two killers, a copycat, or a hunter who may actually know how to outwit her.
Ella Jennis is a brunette from a wealthy winery family out of Temecula, California. When disturbing photos of Ella in captivity surface on the Internet, Holly is certain that time is running out to save the latest preference.
A.K. Alexander is a New York Times best-selling author. She lives in San Diego with her family.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Great story.

The only thing I didn't like was when the narrator did the voices for the police. It sounded almost silly and took away from the story. The book was good however.
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- Melissa A. Botticelli

Suspenseful and a pinch disturbing...

Overall, I found the story to be well-written. The characters were definitely likeable. (I found myself craving wine!)

Angel Clark's narration, especially with the antagonist, was very well done. I almost came to pity said antagonist.

I felt that the ending was a bit lackluster, however.
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- Amy

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-28-2015
  • Publisher: Michele Scott