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Drawn

Narrated by: Paige McKinney
Length: 7 hrs and 18 mins
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Urban artist Riley Flynn spends her days wandering the streets of Dallas, sketching the city she loves. Then dead bodies start showing up in the exact locations she was sketching, and the police arrive on her doorstep. With every reason in the world to distrust the law, she’s reluctant to help the striking detective assigned to the case, especially after the cops start treating her like a suspect. As the stakes get deadlier, Riley’s instinct for self-protection wars with civic duty and unexpected attraction.

Detective Claire Hanlon is all about the facts, the law, and climbing the Dallas PD ladder. Her career advancement hinges on capturing the killer terrorizing the city, and the only thing in her way is the incredibly stubborn, incredibly beautiful person of interest Riley Flynn, who is also incredibly off limits. Because, she might be guilty of murder.

©2020 Carsen Taite (P)2020 Bold Strokes Books Inc

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  • Margaret
  • 19-06-20

Excellent!

I loved Drawn. I really liked the plot and the main characters. Yes, it will keep you guessing. Yes, enough romance to keep everyone happy.

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  • Beverly Sitler
  • 02-08-20

That's the end? (small spoiler alert)

The book was really good overall and had excellent narration, but the ending was somewhat abrupt and left, what I felt to be, some loose ends. There was nothing really about what happened to Bruce and his ex-partner even though they played a significant role in the story.