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Still of the Night

By: Dee Davis
Narrated by: Caroline Shaffer
Series: Liar's Game, Book 3
Length: 3 hrs and 18 mins
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In the still of the night... Christmas is coming and Jenny Fitzgerald couldn't care less. She's getting divorced, and her life is in tatters. And just when she's thinking it couldn't possibly be worse, her husband is killed on the job, an undercover operation gone bad. In the midst of her grief, Jenny is confronted with a killer. A hunter who will stop at nothing to see her dead...

©2004 Dee Davis Oberwetter (P)2014 Audible Inc.
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  • Melody
  • 06-06-2018

so disappointed

I loved the 1st two books in this series and was thrilled to see a third. I didnt even bother looking at length or reading any reviews.

listened to the story and am so dang disappointed.... there's barely anything to this. nothing to real you in, leave you hooked and addicted. it talks about characters from the other books but ties nothing together this book is highly lacking in story in many ways

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  • liz
  • 29-01-2018

2 big mistakes in this plot. very disappointed

Jen supposedly love her cat but left it behind in a dangerous situation without a care or second thought. she was like " oh well my best friend died " and wasn't upset enough about it. that really stinks. I like see Davis but am disappointed in this book