Her Final Breath - Audiobooks - MP3

Her Final Breath by Robert Dugoni – Audiobooks , MP3

Review Her Final Breath

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+ Author : Robert Dugoni (Author), Emily Sutton-Smith (Narrator)
+ Format : MP3 ( without DRM – You can listen on many Other Devices )
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+ Listening Length : 11 hours and 28 minutes
+ Language : English

Homicide detective Tracy Crosswhite has returned to the police force after the sensational retrial of her sister’s killer. Still scarred from that ordeal, Tracy is pulled into an investigation that threatens to end her career, if not her life.

A serial killer known as the Cowboy is killing young women in cheap motels in North Seattle. Even after a stalker leaves a menacing message for Crosswhite, suggesting the killer or a copycat could be targeting her personally, she is charged with bringing the murderer to justice. With clues scarce and more victims dying, Tracy realizes the key to solving the murders may lie in a decade-old homicide investigation that others, including her captain, Johnny Nolasco, would prefer to keep buried. With the Cowboy on the hunt, can Tracy find the evidence to stop him, or will she become his next victim?

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  • Entertaining but with the usual tropes

    I generally enjoyed the book for what it is. I like the main character, as well as the principal storyline. I also appreciate that the author does not include gratuitous violence and does not include too many scenes from the killer's perspective. But the book does include many of the same tropes that irritate me in this genre: mainly, the superior who constantly attempts to undermine the main character (and, in this book, the undermining by the superior seems particularly implausible) – why isn't trying to find a serial killer enough action without the main character being thwarted by her co-workers? Another trope this book includes that I find tiresome is the main character being stalked – again, isn't a major investigation enough?

    The narrator is average – not bad but certainly not exceptional.

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