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Publisher's Summary

New York Times best-selling author Lisa Gardner has won critical and popular acclaim for writing riveting, nail-biting novels of suspense. Her stories are all the more disturbing because they seem to leap straight from today's newspaper headlines. Officer Rainie Conner is leading her first homicide investigation, a school shooting. The police chief's 13-year-old son is the prime suspect, but Rainie doesn't believe he pulled the trigger. With the help of FBI profiler Pierce Quincy, she races to uncover the truth.
But a ruthless killer watches from the shadows - and lives to destroy her as he has destroyed her peaceful little Oregon community.
A school shooting is horrifying in itself, but the thought of the menacing presence behind the shooting, the madman who savors the act of murder, is sure to keep listeners awake at night.
Narrator C. J. Critt keeps adrenaline levels high as she reveals layer after layer of intrigue.
©2001 Lisa Baumgartner (P)2001 Recorded Books
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1 out of 5 stars
By Kathleen on 04-19-09

poor narration

The narrator goes between twang and donald duck to create distracting offensive character voices. It would be better if she just used her own voice.

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2 out of 5 stars
By Kathleen Victory on 11-22-11

Ugg

The story is fine, if a bit juvenile and trite (I have liked other Lisa Garner later published books), but the narrator is terrible. She reads this book like she is reading to a group of kindergarteners - her intonations and cadence are totally off base.

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