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Justine is where it all started....
Prequel to the Chloe Daniels mystery series.
When Merrill Starks set his sights on Justine, his depraved actions set off a sequence of events that would lead to one little girl finding her purpose in life. Dr. Chloe Daniels, renowned forensic psychologist, aided in the identification and capture of some of the most notorious mass murderers the United States had ever known. But Chloe didn't embark on her career by happenstance. Merrill Starks was her inspiration.
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nice little prequel.
loved the narrator but he relaxed me so much I kept falling asleep. good to be that relaxed though!
Love your work!
I thoroughly enjoyed listening to your book! I love Chloe Daniels and the back story was amazing! The only thing that took away from your story was the narrator. I think a female would be better. Other than that, looking forward to listening to more of your work!!
An inside door to the mind of a killer
Where does Hidden: Justine's Story rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
This story was heartbreaking. I don't know how the author did it but she got into the mind of a killer and let him tell his story. It was hard not to want to everything horrible to happen to this person even though he is a fictional character, but there are so many people who are this person in real life.
What other book might you compare Hidden: Justine's Story to and why?
Footsteps of a Killer, because you get into the killers mind. You find out why the are abnormal and what makes them tick.
What does Joe Formichella bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
The narrator was awesome he also became the characters and his performance was believable.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
When they recounted what happens to Justine it's heartbreaking because in real life there are so many little girls who never made it back home.
Any additional comments?
I was really getting into the story when it ended, it left me wanting a little more.