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A detective and FBI agent join forces on a manhunt for a cold-blooded serial killer in this intense psychological thriller.

From Coastal California to Upstate New York, a killer is plotting a devastating path of destruction.

Michael and Megan Fitzgerald are siblings who share a troubling past. Both adopted, and now grown - Michael is a long-haul truck driver, Megan a college student majoring in psychology - they trust each other before anyone else. They've had to.

When a young woman is found murdered in Michael's LA apartment, he is the chief suspect and quickly arrested. But then there's another killing that is strikingly similar. And another. And not just in LA - as the spree spreads across the country, the FBI become involved in a manhunt for a cold-blooded serial killer.

False leads and shocking circumstances that defy logic will leave the LAPD and FBI desperately searching for a way to prevent a string of murders that seem unstoppable.

©2020 James Patterson (P)2020 Penguin Audio

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  • 06-12-20

excellent

Gripping all the way to end. In the end when things start to make sense and you figure things out, you are wrong once again. Highly recommended this book

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sit back and enjoy

a very enjoyable book, it did get a little bit confusing as it jumped about alot without any notice. was great with the details and description which helped relate to the characters.

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awful narration

narration is awful. does nothing for the story as been told by someone that had read it that is great. cant return either so waste of my time and credit. starting to get annoyed with the service

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  • 09-03-21

Poor narration

Finding it hard to stick with the guy narrating this book . It’s becoming annoying I’m disappointed as the book story itself seemed one I would like
Sorry I can’t listen any more

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Struggled

Really struggling with this book. Can’t seem to get into it at all. Too muck like hard work so gave up!

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over dramatc reader

the story was good, but the guy reading the main character was so over dramatic it was annoying, This spoilt listening. I kept waiting for the line "AHorse A Horse, My Kingdom For A Horse"

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Hard to follow and long winded.

Good for killing time on long trips but the weakest James Patterson novel IMO. Need more Alex Cross 🤞🏼

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Not one of his better books

Normally love James Patterson but not this one. Very drawn out and the narration is awful. Give this one a miss.

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Great book

This book kept me hooked until the end. The end was really twisted. I didn’t see it coming.