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- Length: 5 hrs and 55 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release Date:08-09-17
- Publisher: ScareStreet.com
"Find Patrick Lahm. Tell him it has her."When a serial killer is found dead in the woods outside the quiet town of Darville, with scratches across his face, and his head impaled on a shovel, Patrick Lahm and Jimmy Frey are called back to Connecticut. Living as fugitives, and constantly moving from place to place, it is a call they have been praying for in their tedious search for the monster that started it all, and tore their lives apart.But Darville is not as peaceful as it seems, and the sins of the many cannot remain hidden forever. Patrick and Jimmy quickly realize that, despite their best laid plans, things can go terribly wrong. As darkness descends on the small New England town, the evil that had once brought misery upon the guests of the Kurtain Motel, finds its place amongst the wicked, and promises them salvation.All they have to do is confess.
Book 3 sees Patrick and Jimmy on the hunt for the evil that took over Jimmy's mother. Patrick gets a call from a friend to tell them about a serial killer being killed near where he lives, Darville. After the events at the Kurtain Motel in the last book, Patrick is wanted by the police so is trying to keep a low profile, but he has no choice but to go to Darville and investigate.
This one is hard to summarise simply because this is book 3 and I would spoil things for both book 2 and this one. So I'll just say that the plot of this was great. It wraps up a lot of the questions from the other books, plus it's a lot darker. Poor Patrick is stuck in the cell with the spiders!!! *Shiver* The plot of the overall series is quite complex and twisty, but worth it if you stick with it. I was blown away with parts!!
Jimmy and Patrick have their work cut out for them and things come to a head. I was rooting for them the whole way through and was satisfied with the ending!! So in all, a great ending and I need to check out more from this author.
Thom Bowers read this well and gave a great performance. He is easy to listen to and brought the story alive.
I was voluntarily provided this audiobook for free from the author, narrator, or publisher. This in no way affected nor influenced my thoughts.