Before joining homicide, Detective Clara Donner spent years on vice alongside the runaways and vulnerable women who walk San Francisco's streets. She thinks she's seen the worst things people can do - until she's assigned to investigate a particularly ruthless serial killer.
As the body count rises and a pattern emerges - each victim is known for his brutal abuse of women - Donner follows the killer's trail across the city. In spite of a nagging sense that the world may be better off without these men, she pursues every lead. When Donner finds a damaged girl with links to both the killer and his prey, she wonders if this new witness is the key to unraveling these murders or another victim left in the killer's wake.
From bestselling author Seth Harwood comes a new psychological thriller set in the dark underbelly of San Francisco.
Have you listened to any of Christina Traister and R. C. Bray ’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
I liked Christina and R.C.'s alternating first-person delivery.
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Detectives Donner and Hendrix feel real as they pursue, and are stalked, by their religious, righteous, multiple-murder fugitive. Gory at times, but not overwhelmingly so, author Seth Harwood leads us through a gutter tour of San Francisco—dead drug dealers, mutilated prostitutes, and all the while our social life-starved, badge-bearing heroes are fighting for their oaths at first, and then for their lives. This is a full-circle, psycho-serial-killer thriller.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
The narrators did a wonderful job. The story kept the suspense alive. I recommend it to anyone wanting to step out of their own world to escape and appreciate the blessings of a normal life.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Ive read all his books and they just keep getting better and better!!! If you like crime novels and thrillers this is the author to by books from!!!! A must listen!!!
2 of 3 people found this review helpful
First and last book I read by this author. The story drags all the way to the end. By the end of the book a little twist keeps you interested enough to painfully listen to the end. I wouldn't recommend it
crime stories are amazing when written by Seth Harwood. if you liked this get in broad daylight as well.