Mark Twain wrote: The fountains of her great deep were broken up, and she rained the nine parts of speech forty days and forty nights, metaphorically speaking, and buried us under a desolating deluge of trivial gossip that left not a crag or pinnacle of rejoinder projecting above the tossing waste of dislocated grammar and decomposed pronunciation!
Average Rating: 4.0
Tate Marsdon, MD, a successful Scottsdale plastic surgeon, shows up for dinner at the home of close friends Henry and Imogen Vine to find his host stabbed to death and his hostess in a state of psychosis. Arrested and jailed, Imogen undergoes treatment for traumatic memory loss, but her attorney, Erin Fitzgerald, Tate's current romantic interest, starts to question her client's guilt. Erin and Imogen's closest friends work to uncover the truth behind the cold-blooded killing. But hiding deep within the shadows is someone determined to stop them -- even if it means another death -- this one closer to home than anyone imagines. When Tate finds himself targeted as a prime suspect, he, too, is drawn into the investigation. Between his spirited girlfriend, Erin, and his eccentric female patients, he discovers the brutal death of his friend is only one in a series of murders. And the killer is not done yet.
This is a well paced mystery with believable characters that are convincingly portrayed through Jane Oppenheimer's expert narration. The story grabs your attention from the beginning and holds it right through the exciting conclusion. The psychological and paranormal aspect of this story might give one a little pause, but it's easy enough to accept and go on. I recommend this audiobook to fans of mystery novels.
Note: I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
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