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Silence is her only protection...
Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist B. K. ("Brynn") Elliot chronicles Baltimore's grittier side with her lens - a talent cultivated from her years as a teenage runaway. A reclusive figure, Brynn lives under everyone's radar... until a photo from her past plunges her into the crosshairs of powerful enemies.
Detective Parker McCall has devoted 15 years to trying to solve his brother's murder, and with the release of a photo implicating Brynn as a potential suspect, he feels close to finding justice. Determined to get answers, Parker must ignore the inexplicable attraction he feels for the haunted beauty in the photo. And Brynn must decide if Parker will protect her or betray her in his hunt for a killer.
©2013 Gail Barrett (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
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By Trish R. on 12-16-13

Great read..

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I have to say I enjoyed ths book a lot. It had to do with pedophiles but was done in such a way that nothing was ever described outright but was done with care and it was wonderfully written. It did take down one pedophile but let you know that he was not all alone in it. So, you do have to read the other books if you really want to know where it all ends. It really was a good story.
As to the narrator? It was a woman doing a man's voice and I can't see how she could have done any better. She did an excellent job. When a female narrator at least tries to lower her voice to make it sound manly I'm good with that. But when a female narrator has the man and woman both sounding the same I can't listen to that.

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