Jack Warren is back, and this time he is chasing a predator that stalks the streets of downtown Toronto. The vicious killer preys upon sex workers and leaves a bloody swath of carnage in his wake. Jack and his partner, Jenny Alton, join with the division’s Major Crime officers to hunt down this dangerous madman, but when Jenny is targeted as the next victim, the chase becomes personal for Jack. A violent confrontation will reveal horrifying secrets and Jack’s own bloody link to the monster, providing the highly anticipated climax to a gripping series.
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The "Big Reveal" is Brilliant!
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Absolutely! I would however recommend reading the books in order, as I did. The author does a masterful job with character evolvement and this can best be appreciated by listening to the three books in their proper sequence.
Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?
Having listened to the prior two books in this series, I knew that there isn't a guaranteed happy ending with this author and I like that because it's a more realistic representation of the realities of crime and law enforcement. You can expect the unexpected in this series and this book has surprises throughout.
What does Ray Chase bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
I love when a narrator keeps the characters distinct and true to their personalities and Ray Chase does an excellent job doing this throughout the series. One of the reasons I prefer listening to a book rather than reading it is because a good narrator makes it easy to keep the characters straight and easily recognizable, and Mr. Chase seems to do it with ease.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
Yes. The "big reveal" at the end was literally jaw dropping!
Any additional comments?
Start the series with the first book, Lethal Rage, followed by Savage Rage (my personal favorite) and end with this book, Secret Rage.