After saving her three-year-old daughter from a car-jacking, off-duty police detective Jocelyn Rush ends up in the ER. The last person she expects to run into is Anita Grant, former prostitute and an old acquaintance from Jocelyn's days on patrol. In spite of her obvious injuries - mutilated hands and feet - Anita refuses to talk about what happened. Reluctantly, Jocelyn backs off, and Anita's case goes to Philadelphia's Special Victims Unit.
Before long, Jocelyn is pulled into the SVU's investigation. Anita is finally ready to talk, but only to Jocelyn. Her story is harrowing, even to a seasoned veteran like Jocelyn. Working with SVU, Jocelyn's investigation unearths a series of similar crimes going back four years. Three men are preying on local prostitutes, viciously assaulting and mutilating them.
The police apprehend two of the suspects, but the third eludes capture. As the hunt for the most sadistic of the three intensifies, and his crimes escalate, Jocelyn and her colleagues have precious few leads. Then a monster from Jocelyn's past resurfaces. She doesn't want to be reminded of the terrible secret that destroyed her family nearly 20 years earlier, but the man offers her a lead that could crack Anita's case.
To solve it, Jocelyn must connect her past with her present-before a sadistic attacker sets his sights on her.
©2013 Lisa Regan (P)2014 Lisa Regan
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"Better than the ratings"
I'm torn between 3 and 4 stars. I settled on three stars because it is a mystery novel and I was certain of the solution to the mystery before the book was half complete.
"Terrible Sound Quality"
The narration had a tinny echo, and at times the reader was so robotic I wondered if it was a real person. I could not finish it because of the narration.
Robotic, poor sound quality.
It is probably a good story, but I will have to read it in print if I ever go back to it.
I need to remind myself to listen to the samples before purchasing.
This book was so bad I don't know how it was plumpished the audio was so bad surely no one checked it before this was sold or how ever it works. He was in a room I think and u could hear the back ground noises. Believe all the reviews because this one is so true
The narrator was the worst ever! Almost had to return book. Sounded like he was in a tin can.
"Great story- poor audio production"
Great story- very engaging but the audio production quality was terrible- sounded like it was recorded in a tunnel through a tin can
"Great Story, Poor Narration"
The narrator was extremely robotic & choppy sounding. It was a great story, but you could hear background noise while he was reading. You could also ten tell he was reading. It didn't sound fluid at all.
GREAT STORY LINE BUT RUINED BY NARRATION THAT SOUNDS LIKE IT HAS BEEN DONE IN A TIN SHED. JUST AWEFUL!
I loved this story. The worst part was the narration, sounded like he was in a tin can. I could here water running in the background!
"Narrated over speaker phone?"
Can't listen to this. Poor quality narration. Sounds like it was recorded over speaker phone. 😕
"Really bad acoustics!!"
I loved the story...very suspenseful. The narrator wasn't bad but it's like he was in a tunnel reading, very distracting at first.
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