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A David Wolf Mystery, Book 9
Narrated by: Sean Patrick Hopkins
Series: David Wolf, Book 9
Length: 8 hrs and 32 mins
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Chief Detective David Wolf is called to a crime scene next to the Chautauqua River, where a woman resident of Rocky Points has been murdered. The killer has left a well-known signature not seen for years - a severed ear.

For Wolf, the gruesome display is a surprise, but so is the FBI beating the local department to the scene. Three days earlier a truck is unearthed from south of Durango, Colorado. Within it is DNA evidence linking to killings in southwest Colorado that have stumped the FBI for years. The evidence, and now a new body, has led them north, where it seems the monster known by all as The Van Gogh Killer has chosen Rocky Points as his new venue to display his horrific works.

While the town reels with panic, Wolf learns the latest victim was dating an SBCSD deputy whose past directly links to the killings in the Four Corners area. Worse, the news the case involves one of their own means the higher-ups want to outsource the investigation to the feds. It's a matter of due process and objectivity.

With his community in danger there's no swaying Wolf, however, and Special Agent Kristen Luke sees the value in using his skills, convincing her superiors to add Wolf to the killer task force. Now part of the team, Wolf learns there are more secrets the FBI isn't telling everyone, and the unanswered questions are more than anyone can deal with.

In this nail-biting ninth book of the David Wolf Mystery-Thriller series, Wolf and Luke are pushed to their furthest limits yet to find the answers. But the killer isn't waiting around for them to figure it out. He has more work to do. More payments that require his signature.

©2016 Jeff Carson (P)2017 Cross Atlantic Publishing

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Great Story as always!

Already on book 10 love these stories keep them coming. Great narration and well written thrillers.

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  • Kathryn
  • 15-12-18

Enough of the Politics ...

Overall decent installment in the series. It is pretty good but every book seems to have this cloud of politics twisted in. I work for a government agency and I know politics and elections filter into SOME of the events but it seems to happen in every David Wolf story, can't we have just a good old fashion detective story? I think it does help to have read the earlier books and read them in order.

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  • Trish R.
  • 19-05-19

Another good Detective Wolf story..



I love books about serial killers, especially when it turns out to be a team of them and when one gets killed you are absolutely amazed at who the second part of the team was. They raped and killed a lot of women and David Wolf had a lot of help from the FBI in trying to find the second killer.

It was a very good read, with a passionate kiss as the only romance. The F-bomb was used 5 times.

As for the narration: The narrator, Sean Patrick Hopkins, has problems now and then with the women’s voices but mostly he reads without emotions. BUT I like David Wolf books so I continue to listen to him.

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  • CT Patterson-Valdez
  • 09-04-19

great read.

We really enjoyed this book and we really enjoy the narrator it took us through California.

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