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Summary

When Jake Boulder is asked to help investigate the murder of Kira Niemeyer, he soon finds himself tracking a serial killer who selects his next victim in a most unusual manner. 

As the body count rises, Boulder has to work with the police to identify the killer before more lives are taken. What ensues is a twisted game of cat and mouse. Only Boulder or the Watcher can survive.

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

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Totally enthralling

From first to last, kept me riveted to the storyline. narrator excellent, twists & turns. hope there ate moee to come

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Interesting storyline

This is a great audiobook, excellent narration by David McCallion.

The storyline is great, innovative if a little bizarre which I love but Jake Boulder is one of those characters that I can't quite empathise with, it could be his goody goody attitude to everything that annoys me but he still manages to play the hero which is always a winner, a bit of a Scottish Die Hard I think ...

I would certainly recommend this title, although I think it's more suited to a male audience.