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Scream for Me

Narrated by: Tara Wood
Length: 17 hrs and 6 mins
4 out of 5 stars (4 ratings)

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In Karen Rose's terrifying sequel to Die for Me, Daniel Vartanian must search deep into his past if he is to find a ruthless killer bent on revenge.

Hush little baby, don't say a word - just... scream for me. Daniel is trying to come to terms with a chilling discovery. Photographs taken by his brother years ago show a group of unidentifiable teenage boys raping young girls for fun. With his brother now dead, Vartanian is determined to find the girls and bring the rapists to justice.

Alex Fallon is unable to forget her past. Her family fell apart when her sister was murdered, and now, with her step-sister Bailey's disappearance, history seems to be repeating itself.

When Vartanian meets Alex, it's as if a ghost has walked into the room. The double of one of the girls in the photographs, it is only when he learns that she had a twin sister that it begins to make horrifying sense.

With Bailey's events escalating out of all control, Daniel and Alex will have to confront their pasts head-on if they are to find the missing woman before it's too late.

©2008 Karen Rose (P)2012 Headline Digital

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Another good mystery

I find Karen rose has managed to keep me enthralled ,with her story ,not too dark ,and just the right amount of romance I enjoy ,I am going to get the next enstallmenrt with Daniels sister ,Susannah and Luke’s story

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  • judith
  • 17-02-2013

annoying narrating

Tara Wood gives the characters accents depending on their names, so ppl with a german name have to speak with a german accent, if they have a greek name she gives them a greek accent etc, it is really annoying and totally unnecessary. It really spoils the book for me

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  • George A Bear
  • 22-09-2018

Rediscovering old favourites is always fun.

Daniel Vartanian returns to Philadelphia following the conclusion of the first book (Die for Me) in the Philadelphia/Atlantic series.

On his first day back at work following the murder of his parents and the death of his brother, Vartanian is assigned a murder case that opens even more family horrors.

I loved this book when I read it in 2008 and listening to it again did not spoil the story ( although some of the accents the narrator uses are annoying).

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  • Katy
  • 06-01-2018

Good story but...

I enjoyed the story just like all by this author and I would have given 4 stars if not for the character Alex who really aggravated me.

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  • Natalie
  • 28-08-2017

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I've read a lot of Karen Rose books but since joining audible I've not enjoyed the books I've listened to. For a start I really dislike the narrator Tara wood she was not good at reading or doing accent's she was one of the reasons that spoiled the book and the romantic bits of the book where just awful really awful, I don't think Karen is a very romantic person and it shows in her books . The story was very good but weak in some parts