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The 9th Girl

The 9th Girl - Tami Hoag, David Colacci, Brilliance Audio

By: Tami Hoag

Narrator: David Colacci 

Publisher:  Brillance Audio

Publication Date:  6/8/2013 

Format:  Audio

My Rating:  4 Stars 

 

Tami Hoag delivers another cleverly plotted mystery crime thriller THE 9TH GIRL (Kovac and Liska #4). Its New Year’s Eve in the brutal winter, a woman’s body in a trunk.

Brutalized and named Zombie Jane Doe. Unrecognizable, is she the 9th nameless female and victim of the madman and serial killer, Doc Holiday?

My favorite partners in crime duo, Nikki Liska and Sam Kovac are on the case. Crossing America, Doc Holiday chooses his victims, snatching them and leaving them in another city, while on holiday. Is this a copycat or is this the work of Doc? Who is the 9th girl? What is her story? Two cases?

I have read all the books in the series and listened to this one via audio, narrated by David Colacci (one of my favorites),delivering a suspenseful heart-pounding performance. I read this one back in January; however, failed to write my review.

A timely exploration into the world of young adults, teens, bullying, school, peer pressure, teachers and administrators and Nikki’s own son. Nice tie in. As always, the author delivers plenty of suspense, twists, and turns.

Love Liska and Kovac. Hoag is always a master with her twisted plots and wit. Nikki’s personal life becomes involved, and her own family; which will change the course of her career in upcoming THE BITTER SEASON.

Never fear, the duo still have face time when cases connect.One you will not want to miss!
 
 

 

Source: http://www.goodreads.com/review/show/1174939018