Scared To Death - Rachel Amphlett - Audio review


"If you want to see your daughter alive again, listen carefully."
When the body of a snatched schoolgirl is found in an abandoned biosciences building, the case is first treated as a kidnapping gone wrong.
But Detective Kay Hunter isn't convinced, especially when a man is found dead with the ransom money still in his possession.
When a second schoolgirl is taken, Kay's worst fears are realized.
With her career in jeopardy - desperate to conceal a disturbing secret, Kay's hunt for the killer becomes a race against time before he claims another life.
For the killer, the game has only just begun....
Scared to Death is the first book in a new crime thriller series featuring Kay Hunter - a detective with a hidden past and an uncertain future....
If you like the Kim Stone series by Angela Marsons, Peter Robinson's DCI Banks series and the Erika Foster series by Robert Bryndza, discover Rachel Amphlett's new detective novels today.

Before turning to writing, Rachel Amphlett played guitar in bands, worked as a film extra and freelanced in radio as a presenter and producer for the BBC.
She now wields a pen instead of a plectrum and is a bestselling author of crime fiction and spy thrillers, many of which have been translated worldwide.
Her novels are available in eBook, print, large print and audiobook formats from libraries and worldwide retailers.
A keen traveller, Rachel has both EU and Australian citizenship.
WOW! This was the first book I have rad by this author. I'm sold!  This book was excellent, everything a mystery/thriller should be. I have to admit I wasn't sure I would love it in the beginning. But the story picked up very quickly and I was totally hooked!
Loved the characters, especially Detective Kay Hunter. What a great leading lady/heroine. She was not an easy person to get to know. Her's was a very complex character. But, I felt she was real and once I got to know and understand her - I loved her. I would read more of the series just to read more about her.
The story line was also just as complex. Definitely kept me on the edge of my seat the whole time. And, the ending... well I don't want to ruin it for you. But its worth reading the book!
Audio - I thought Alison Campbell did a fantastic job! An audio can go either way for me. I have given low ratings to books just because of the reader. Not so with this one! I thought Alison really "made" the story. 
Can't wait to read the next one!

I voluntarily posted this review after receiving a copy of this audiobook from Jess the Audiobookworm -  Thank You!

Order the audio - HERE
Or the Kindle version - HERE


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