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Waking the Dead

Narrated by: Bronson Pinchot
Series: The Mindhunters, Book 3
Length: 10 hrs and 39 mins
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Summary

A killer in the wilderness.

Forensic anthropologist Caitlin Fleming knows bones. So she is the first one called when seven sets of skeletal remains are found dumped in a makeshift graveyard in the Oregon wilderness. The skeletons bear the same distinctive marks - and each is minus a skull.

Cait needs outdoor guide Zach Sharper for one reason only - to help her find her way through the Willamette Forest as she pieces together clues. Despite the attraction that burns between them, Cait will let nothing shake her focus. Until the killer closes in to terminate the search - and the investigators on the verge of unmasking him...

©2009 Kim Bahnsen (P)2015 Audible Inc.

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Spoilt by intolerable female voice

I really like Kylie Brants’ work and was looking forward to this one. However I am unable to listen past chapter six. For some odd reason the narrator (whom I have enjoyed in many other book choices) uses a really weird tone for the female lead. So much so I can’t listen anymore. Such a shame!

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  • 17-11-19

Really enjoy this author

I enjoyed the book. I really like the author's writing and the story lines. My only reservation is the editing. A pause between paragraphs, characters and subject changes would be nice. The editing runs them all together with no indication of any change.

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  • GrammaC
  • 09-11-19

Love this series AND Bronson Pinchot

It took a bit of time to get the preliminaries over and get into the gist but, then it was roller coaster twisty all the way.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 24-03-19

Steady quality decrease

Third book in the series, pattern is starting to be boring. Still better than your average rom suspense, the cases are pretty interesting. However, despite the supposed brilliance of the protagonists, the bad guy is not found but shows himself. Otherwise two damaged people brooding and initially bickering. At about halfway mark they have sex, and become serious almost instantly. The narrator does a good job in general, but in this book is trying with a sultry voice for the heroine, which is more creepy than sexy.

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  • BBillings
  • 05-02-18

Pretty good but not best

I’ve read the previous books in series and couldn’t put them down. This one just didn’t hold as much magic for me but I’ll still read the next one.