In the small city of Rockton, Illinois, someone is tired of waiting. He's tired of standing in line at the grocery store and tired of waiting at the drive-through line. Now he's doing something about it.
The first murder rocks the city. The entire Bjornson family - except the father, Stephen - has been brutally murdered, and the killer has left a message behind, written in the victim's blood: Don't Waste People's Time. It's a grizzly start for two young detectives who've just become partners. But Max Larkin and Jesse Fairlane put their personal distaste for each other aside and start concentrating on how to find the killer from striking again. As they investigate the scene of the crime and interview Stephen at the hospital, the clues slowly begin to add up. Could this be a deranged killer who struck 10 years ago and has now returned to the area? Before they can answer that question, another murder is reported, and Max and Jesse suddenly realize they have a serial killer on the loose. But as they get closer to the truth, a past memory begins to haunt Max, one that might lead to a break in the case - or the end of his career.
©2012 Todd M. Thiede (P)2014 Todd M. Thiede
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"The worst audiobook I have ever listened to"
Nothing-it has absolutely nothing to to recommend it.
A different narrator altogether.This man is impossible to listen to.
I am returning this book after having listened for about an hour.
"Good story line"
The plot and characters held my interest
They were pretty much the same. Without giving away part of the story I can't say.
Someone with a little emotion in his voice. He was just flat speaking
It did have its' funny moments, but cry - not so much
The narrator will be one I avoid.
The book was interesting enough for me to keep listening . The narrator must be from Chicago and used very few contractions, the same voice for all the characters and basically monotone throughout. Though I struggled through it and I don't think you should waste a credit on this one.
"i think the narrator fell asleep"
no. drone drone drone
am struggling to get there
not quite sure
the plot isn't bad but the writing is immature and stiff
The narrator he is making the story come alive for my husband and I.
Not sure what will happen next very interesting.
I love how he makes me distinguish between the characters he makes the story come alive.
Not sure yet only half way through and can't wait to finish.
Great story and the narrator keeps me interested, will definitely look for more books narrated by him!
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