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This is a deadly tale of ultimate obsession.

Stephen Friedman is making a good living in good times. He's just an ordinary guy...or so he thinks. But one day, an extraordinary piece of information tells him differently. It's a clue from the grave of a Holocaust survivor - a clue that makes him heir to an incredible fortune...a clue that only he and one other man can possibly understand. That man is Roth Braun, a serial killer who has been waiting for Stephen for 30 years.

Roth was stopped once before. This time nothing will get in his way.

©2005 Ted Dekker (P)2005 Ted Dekker

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  • Shelley
  • 01-04-16

Great Story

Ted Dekker is a favorite of mine. My thanks to Audible for keeping me awake driving back and forth from the hospital!

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  • brenda walker
  • 13-09-09

Obsessed

Unfortunately, it has finally happened. I have had to scrap a book from Audible. This one was made truly dreadful by the reading rather than the text. Herbert read as though he was trying to cram a four hour book into 30 minutes and made it an irritant to hear and try to follow. I am sure the basic story was probably worth hearing but not in this circumstance. Give it a miss and go with Stephen Pacey.

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