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The Kindred Killers

Jake Boulder, Book 2
Narrated by: David McCallion
Series: Jake Boulder, Book 2
Length: 10 hrs and 4 mins
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Summary

Jake Boulder’s help is requested when his friend’s family is crucified and burned. 

When a woman’s body is discovered, Boulder realises the murders have something unusual in common. After a young couple is snatched, the case takes a more brutal turn. Gruesome footage is sent to the major US news outlets; the pressure to find those responsible mounts. With the authorities against him, can Boulder catch the killer?

©2017 Graham Smith (P)2017 W. F. Howes Ltd

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  • Dyane
  • DRIFIELD, EAST YORKSHIRE, United Kingdom
  • 14-05-19

Well paced & I love the narrator

Managed to listen to book 1 before book 2. which helped set the characters Intricate storyline & not the ending I expected. Hope there are mire books in the pipeline from this author & narrator

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Scarily realistic

This second Boulder book is horrific in it's premise, scarily realistic (given the polititcal climate in the USA and Europe currently) but it makes for a very entertaining listen, which I hate to say, given the subject matter, but it really is a good listen, David McCallion is excellent as always, Jake Boulder is still irritatingly goody goody, but I can overlook this due to the entertainment value of the entirety.

I totally recommend this book to all (except the squeamish).