A serial killer stalks the streets of Savannah....
Homicide detective Elise Sandburg and her partner, profiler David Gould, are all too familiar with the terrible costs of chasing evil. Despite their wounded psyches, the detectives delve into the deranged killer's twisted mind, determined to unravel the clues in the taunts he leaves behind.
A city gripped by fear....
When his daughter becomes the killer's next victim, a grief-stricken mayor comes down hard on the police, demanding that they catch the psychopath - now. Feeling the pressure, department officials enlist the aid of both Elise's estranged father and an FBI profiler who has unresolved business with David.
A cunning and elusive madman....
In a heart-pounding race to stop the next homicide, the detectives uncover their own role in the madman's deadly game. Will they outsmart the killer before another horrific murder takes place in their beautiful city? Or have Elise and David finally met their match?
©2015 Theresa Weir. (P)2015 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
Like the previous two books this story catch from the start and is hard to take a break from. Interesting and exciting. Waiting for the next one already!
"Wonderful police thriller set in Savannah!"
Pretty Dead is the third novel in the Elise Sandburg series. The first two were disappointing, but this one makes the series worthwhile. I hope that the author continues the series.
This whole series is excellent in my opinion. At the end of the third book I was smiling and hoping that the author continues the story of these people.
"Best of the trilogy."
The novel is a great read. Entertaining from start to finish. I would recommend the trilogy.
This series is absolutely on my best reads list. While I didn't always like or understand some of the actions the characters had to certain situations, I nevertheless cheered them on until the end! After a couple of revelations I gasped out loud and felt my body tense up like I was right there with them! Fantastic read and I'm definitely looking forward to the next book by Ms Frasier!
"Third time is a charm."
I felt like the first two books started off slow, but number three is outstanding.
Each book in this series gets better. I hesitated giving book 2 a 4 star rating but this one earned it solid. Even though early on I figured out the mystery, it had a plot twist that grabbed me. Again, the characters are unique and the suspense makes your heart pound. I can't wait for a next installment, if one is planned. It's nice that this one didn't end with a cliffhanger, but rather a possible start of something new. I'd recommend this book and you can even read it as a stand alone as enough is summarized about background stories that you don't have to start with book one.
I listened to all three of these books back to back. Loved the characters and the storylines.
"Love this series"
Love this series especially because it is set in savannah can't wait for the next book
"I want more..."
I must say I'm sad to be at the end of the series!! Please continue in Chicago..
Loved the narration, the speaker gave life to Elise..
"Elise, your past, GET THE F OVER IT!"
I'm curious about Anne's other books, I think I'll try another.
I really want to like Natalie, all 3 books were done the same but perhaps that's how she interpreted those characters and I might find another of her readings better.
It's been 35 years since Elise was left in a cemetery as an infant. Who the F cares now? It doesn't have to be a part of her everyday life. She never moves on from anything!
She has an attraction to her partner way before he's given a love mojo yet she blames HIM for her attraction when she finds the mojo.
She's rude, constantly says hurtful things to people who are good to her but is tolerant of people that deserve her ire.
Most importantly, she is a pathetic excuse for a cop and has absolutely no cop instinct. What she does in the final book to her partner is pathetic.
Natalie, PLEASE talk in a normal tone and show a bit of your talented vocal range when you read. Your character voices are quite good (except when you state then perform a chuckle or snort). Your narration is soft and very monotone. You were so soft at times I wanted to throw something but resorted to reading the lines instead.
If it was about the story not the people
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