Hangman (Fawkes and Baxter #2) via Daniel Cole
Requirements: .MP3 reader, 150 MB
Overview: Eighteen months have handed, however the scars the Ragdoll murders left at the back of are reopened each day, the legacy of the notorious investigation infecting all facets of day-to-day lifestyles.
Despite the media’s highest efforts, copycat murders in all places the planet have confirmed to be not anything greater than violent mutilations via the unimaginative and deranged. Andrea Hall’s memoirs are topping the charts, whilst Halloween noticed kids in all places the rustic distastefully donning ugly costumes of the real-life monster of their midst. The Ragdoll, it appears, used to be right here to stick.
Overpromoted into the position of Chief Inspector following her paintings at the case, Emily Baxter is unwell fitted to her new bureaucratic posting. Alex Edmunds may not admit it, however he’s bored, too, having returned to his monotonous activity in Fraud after preventing so onerous to flee. When Baxter is summoned to a gathering with Special Agents Elliot Curtis of the FBI and Damien Rouche of the CIA, she is gifted with graphic images of the most recent copycat homicide: a frame contorted into a well-recognized pose, strung up impossibly around the Brooklyn Bridge, the phrase BAIT carved deep into its chest. The sufferer’s identify: William Fawkes, a Wall Street banker, giving an overly transparent message that this homicide is other to the others.
Genre: Audiobooks > Fiction Mysteries & Thrillers, Suspense