A cold-blooded killer has blazed a trail of dead bodies across the country, with no one to stand in his way…until he starts killing on Shelby Alexander’s home turf: the small Michigan town of Serenity.
As the first unspeakable murder shocks the sleepy Michigan town, the local media demands answers. Sheriff Wilkes, the crooked young lawman, targets Shelby Alexander, whose only crime is being in the wrong place at the wrong time. Shelby moves quickly to clear his name, even as the killer closes in on his next victim…and this time it’s personal.
Point of view:
This is the second book in the Shelby Alexander series and an enjoyable addition.
A serial killer is hunting in Serenity and his moves leave Shelby Alexander under suspicion for murder. Once the killer realizes the focus is on Shelby, he plots to frame him even further. This isn’t really a mystery per se as the killer has nearly as many chapters as Shelby does, but there is enough action and intrigue to keep the listener engaged. It’s a quick listen and I enjoyed it.
Theo Holland continues to be an excellent choice for this book. He sounds like how I imagine a 50+ former bad boy but trying to just get some peace and quiet man should sound. He gave all the characters unique voices and accents. I’m definitely looking forward to hearing more from him.
I own the ebook, however, I received a free copy of this audiobook and am voluntarily leaving an honest review.
About the author:
Craig A. Hart is the stay-at-home father of twin boys, an author, and audiobook narrator. He has served as editor-in-chief for The Rusty Nail literary magazine, manager for Sweatshoppe Media, and publisher for Northern Lake Publishing. He was also director for Northern Illinois Radio Information Service, a broadcast outreach that brought daily news and information to the visually impaired. Craig was the host of the interview program The Games & Writers Show, and is now the host of the Good Sentences podcast, along with author S. J. Varengo. A native of Grand Rapids, Michigan, Craig lives in Iowa City, Iowa with his wife, sons, and anti-social cat.
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