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Casey Fremont's ex-husband, Jarvis the Rat, is two months behind with alimony payments, so she asks TrueTemp Agency to find a temp job for her - this time it is with a legal firm. As the new job begins and Casey's life with her two roommates and detective boyfriend continues on, postcards begin arriving in Casey's mailbox. They contain images and cryptic messages. Messages that Casey believes relate to a series of murders occurring in the state capital, Little Rock.
Needing to decipher the messages to prevent further deaths, Casey has to both battle her stalker, the mysterious and deadly 'Romeo', and convince the police that they are on the wrong trail. All before Casey or any of her friends end up dead.
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By kanundra on 10-09-16
I didn't know this was the second book in the series, but it didn't stop me enjoying the story I don't think it was necessary to have read the first. The characters were pretty distinct enough and easy to follow, along with the narration, to which the distinct voices created really added to the tale.
I haven't listened to many mystery stories, or read in that genre much, so to keep on guessing what was going on and what plot twists would happen was very refreshing. The tension was pretty high throughout and ramped towards a semi-satisfying ending. Maybe I just wanted that bit more, for it to last a bit longer, I'm not sure. I think I might go back and get the first one just so that I can see if it was just tying in and working towards more of the third book... if it's a series like I do believe now that it is. :) will be watching out for the next one. :)
I received this book free from the narrator without obligation.
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By Lee H. on 08-31-16
A Carefully Written and Narrated Action Story.
I thoroughly enjoyed listening to this mystery. There were enough twists and turns to challenge my reasoning ability with the perpetrator not surfacing until nearly the end. Even then there was a lot of action that required the listener's attention . You couldn't revisit all the clues in your head while Casey was trying to dispatch Romeo. It held my attention right to the end. The narration was excellent and I became comfortable with each character's voice identity. Effie, Becca, Casey and Falcon with remain with me for a long time.
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