#MTW2017 Portraits of the Dead written by John Nicholl Narrated Jake Urry

Reviewed by: TBBManiac Kim

Detective Inspector Gravel finds himself at a loss for answers in the disappearance of 19 year old Emma.  Can the discovery of 5 bodies, all similar in appearance to the missing Emma, provide some clue as to where she is or who took her?

I was initially disappointed to discover who kidnapped Emma about halfway through the story, but the ending shocked me beyond belief, blowing away any disappointment in this gruesome thriller.  This is a story that flows from chapter to chapter, illustrating the frustrations of the investigators, the terror of the victims and the depraved inclinations of a deranged and tortured soul.

 Jake Urry again illustrates his prowess in narrating this genre.  His deep voice helps maintain the suspense throughout the novel and his portrayal of the characters makes picturing them an easy feat.  I was able to connect with the characters and the pace of the narration made it easy a good listen.

This book is not suitable for anyone sensitive to the more depraved aspects of human nature and should only be read by adults who enjoy dark thriller / mysteries.

Review Rating Writer:: 4/5

Review Rating Narrator:: 4.5/5

More Information:

Published by: FeedARead.com

Published Date: August 19, 2016

Genre:  Thriller / Suspense



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