Destroyed by fire years ago, the infamous Philadelphia State Hospital was known as a warehouse for the criminally insane. But one man never left. By night Luther walks Philadelphia's backstreets, drawing to him the mad, the corrupt, the fallen. By day he roams the catacombs beneath the city, killing his prey.
Detectives Kevin Byrne and Jessica Balzano are called to a bizarre murder scene: a man has been killed by a railroad spike driven into his head and left sitting on a bench in a local park. But it is just the beginning of a trail of evil that leads back to the hospital and the nightmares it still contains...
©2013 Richard Montanari (P)2013 Hachette Audio
I loved the story, it was the best time ever listening to it. A psychological thriller with a kicker and the end, damn it . This was my first by Montanari and definetly not my last. The story will leave you breathless. The narration was excellent absolutely was with insycn with the story line. Good grief I can't wait for more.
"Complicated Plot But Well Written"
I would recommend this to a friend if they are looking for a gripping but complicated plot.
The narrator was excellent, one of the best I've heard.
I felt frustrated listening to this book. I loved the author's writing style and really wanted to follow it, but it was way too complicated for me. I just couldn't make sense of it. I finished it to the end, but to be honest I was wishing it would hurry up so I could get onto another book. Having said that the detail and characterisation is excellent. I loved Jessica and Byrne, and the story was very descriptive and well written. Just too complicated for me. I would buy more audiobooks by this author in the hope of less complicated plots. As a police officer myself I found he captured the challenges and emotions of the serving detectives very well.
I so feel that i could have listened to something better than this! Endless jumping around that makes you wonder are you listening to the same book!
It was OK
Yes - stop it playing and put something else on!
This is such a jumbled story, that after listening to 3/4 of it I gave up as I just dreaded having to listen to such a miss match of seemingly unrelated story lines.
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