Victim Six

  • by Gregg Olsen
  • Narrated by Terry Rose
  • 10 hrs and 36 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The bodies are found in towns and cities around Puget Sound. The young women who are the victims had nothing in common... except the agony of their final moments. But somebody carefully chose them to stalk, capture, and torture - a depraved killer whose cunning is matched only by the depth of his bloodlust. But the dying has only just begun. And the next victim will be the most shocking of all.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Not sure why the low ratings-my opinion differs

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

With out a doubt. I thought it was such a good book.

Which character – as performed by Terry Rose – was your favorite?

I thought he did a Great job with the whole book. His portrayal of the one Canadian father was a little Over the top but other then that I thought it was excellent. His narration of the male antagonist was Perfect! I will listen to other books narrated by him.

Any additional comments?

I really liked this book. Yes, the listener knows who the culprits are almost right from the beginning but I thought that added to the suspense. I did mot think this was predictable in any way and each time a new victim was taken i found myself hoping that one would get away. Each was different but likable. You listen to the gruesome details and the next scene depicts them interacting "normally", taking their child to school and talking to family (who just so happens to be the reporter covering the murders). The conclusion leaves you with a foreboding feeling that makes you want to write in one more chapter and give it a happy ending. This does not in anyway spoil the book, very good and I will definitely purchase the next in the series.

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- shelley

Very disappointed

The narration was the worst I think I have ever listened to. The main character was good but when he did the other characters it was painful. The story jumped around and some of the characters were written as if they had no brain whatsoever.
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- Julie Jones

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-15-2011
  • Publisher: Books In Motion