New York Times best-seller Tami Hoag leads listeners through a dark, twisted nightmare in this tightly woven tale of suspense and terror. Exploring the "thin dark line" between attraction and obsession and between law and justice, she affords listeners a frightening insight into the dark rage that sometimes sends people over the edge. Because of a legal technicality, a sadistic murderer is free to walk. Two concerned police officers are committed to bringing the killer to justice. One of them, Annie Broussard, found the dead woman, and the other, Nick Fourcade, inadvertently botched the investigation and has been barred from any further involvement. Ostracized by their fellow officers, they form an uneasy alliance despite their mutual distrust. Each comes to rely on the other more and more as they plummet toward the brutal, chilling and unpredictable truth. Listeners will find themselves drawn to the author's healthy sense of morality: "We all have obligations in this life that go beyond boundaries." And, of course, veteran George Guidall's compelling narration sustains the book's tension level to the electrifying end.
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