She was perfect. She smelled of toothpaste, talc, and something sweeter than lilacs. And in that crazy season of autumn, when Cincinnati was ablaze in the blood-red color of fall, Kate Davis made Harry Stoner feel old, and a little in love too.
But for Harry Stoner those were only two more reasons that Kate shouldn't have anything more to do with this case. Because what had started with a twisted act of vandalism in the local library had led Kate and Harry, paired together, on a twisting path to a brutal, unsolved murder and to a pumped-up, speeded-up psycho.
What made the experience of listening to Final Notice the most enjoyable?
Story starts quite simply, with Harry working to find someone who has been defacing Library books. Things get complicated quickly and there are enough twists to keep it interesting.
Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?
Not quite "Edge of your Seat" but compelling enough to look forward to listening.
Have you listened to any of Mark Peckham’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
No, but I would certainly listen to him again.
Any additional comments?
I just put the third book of the series in my cart. Looking forward to listening, wondering if Harry's relationship with Kate and several other of the new characters carries forward into "Dead Letter".
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