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From the Publisher:
“Don’t Look. At first, they struggle to escape. Then a torrent of blows rains down upon their bodies until their eyes cloud over in final agony. The killer shows no remorse – just a twisted need to witness each victim’s last terrified moments.
Don’t Speak. Public defender Rachel Wainwright is struggling to reopen a decades-old case, convinced that the wrong man is in prison. Homicide detective Deke Morgan doesn’t want to agree. But if Rachel’s hunch is correct, whoever fatally bludgeoned young, beautiful Annie Dawson 30 years ago could be the source of a new string of brutal slayings.
Just Prepare To Die. Rachel’s investigation is about to reveal answers – but at a price she never thought to pay. Now she’s become the target of a rage honed by years of jealousy and madness. And a murderer is ready to show her just how vicious the truth can be…”
From the review at Must Read Books:
“Wow, the audiobook was quite intriguing, and my favorite parts were those of Annie and her tidbits throughout the book. Readers only hear short notes, letters, and updates to her lover, called SUGAR and BABY. Love A. OMG, I am still hearing this southern voice saying SUGAR over and over in my head ….. Narrator, Karen White delivered a nice southern performance, true to the setting. I kept saying….please who is Sugar? I liked the back story almost more than the present one; however the connection was well done.”
My recording experience:
Y’all know I am not a fan of excessively violent stories, and I have to admit that I was a little worried about this one from its description. But I have to say that while there are some grisly details, Burton spins a mystery so well that the psychological details trumped the violence. The puzzle pieces come together slowly as you’re getting to know the two main characters (and there is some romance between them, but it leans more heavily toward the suspense end of things) as well as the very large cast of other characters, and it took me a long while to sort out the good and bad guys. My husband spent some time working in Nashville and we got to visit, so I loved the Nashville setting. Its a fascinating town and Burton uses it well. Hoping there will be more in this locale from her (I can definitely see future tales based around the siblings in the crime fighting Morgan family). Finally, having learned about the Innocence Project from recording the memoir PICKING COTTON, the fact that fictional character Rachel volunteers for this real world organization was a detail that I loved. So lots of personal connections for me in this one! I highly recommend it for romance suspense fans.
Listen to a sample here: