Sense of Evil

Author(s): Kay Hooper
Series: Bishop/Special Crimes Unit Series No: 6
eAudio - unabridged
Audio (11.42 hours)
Product Number: Z0250
Released: Mar 28, 2011
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781449886080
Narrator/s: Alyssa Bresnahan
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New York Times best-selling author Kay Hooper serves up another chilling psychological thriller that will have listeners on the edge of their seats. Beautiful, successful, blonde women are being murdered in a small, peaceful town where such horrible atrocities are not supposed to happen. Police Chief Rafe Sullivan knows he has to find the killer fast, but he doesn't know where to begin. Enter FBI profiler Isabel Adams. She's tough, fearless, and determined. Not to mention psychic-and blonde.


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Sense of Evil
Product Number: BX00005726
Product Number:C2289
Product Number:Z0250

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All formats/editions

Author(s): Kay Hooper
Narrator(s): Alyssa Bresnahan
Product Number C2289
Released: Jul 22, 2003
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781402557514
Author(s): Kay Hooper
Product Number EB00149709
Released: Dec 27, 2013
Business Term: 2 Year
Publisher: Bantam
ISBN: #9780553897241

Professional reviews

"The third in a series of paranormal murder mysteries by this bestselling author is read by the Earphones-winning narrator Alyssa Bresnahan. A small town is visited by a serial killer who attacks blondes. An FBI blonde comes to investigate, one who has psychic powers and who herself has been brutalized by the same perpetrator. Another Bureau operative who sees dead people comes along, too. Their investigation is complicated by personal matters, such as a love affair with a local, who may also have "the gift." Bresnahan does a measured, workmanlike job in a crisp, well-articulated soprano. Her reputation for subtlety is a matter of taste; to this reviewer she seems disengaged from the material, though always listenable. Y.R. (c) AudioFile 2004, Portland, Maine"