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The Coast-to-Coast Murders Audio CD – Unabridged, October 13, 2020
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A double homicide and a missing woman lead a detective to unearth disturbing secrets in this gripping thriller. | Learn more
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About the Author
J. D. Barker is the international bestselling author of numerous books, including Dracul and The Fourth Monkey. His novels have been translated into two dozen languages and optioned for both film and television. Barker resides in coastal New Hampshire with his wife, Dayna, and their daughter, Ember.
- ISBN-10 : 1549126946
- Item Weight : 10.6 ounces
- ISBN-13 : 978-1549126949
- Dimensions : 5.35 x 1.6 x 5.9 inches
- Publisher : Little, Brown & Company; Unabridged edition (October 13, 2020)
- Language: : English
- Best Sellers Rank: #470,189 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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This book snags you from the first page. While it does go a little slow in the beginning, there is enough mystery to keep the reader compelled to see what will happen when things start to heat up. And they do heat up.
Let me point out that this book is told in multiple point of views. For those of you who aren't fans of multiple point of views, don't count this book out. This story can only be told that way. And it flows very well. The point of views will mess with your head and will keep you guessing. I couldn't get enough of each chapter.
I will say, I teetered back and forth on what I thought the ending would be. The actual ending did cross my mind from the beginning. I did change it multiple times, but I kept going back to the who every now and then.
Overall, I highly recommend this book. Especially if you're already a Patterson fan. You will enjoy his collaboration with Barker. I hope Barker finds some new readers with this book.
I 'read' this book thru a combination of Audible and Kindle book version, so I could alternate reading with listening while in the car. This was my first Audible book, so used a free credit. But I LIKE being able to read the text as well, so I paused Audible a few chapters in and paid $14.99 to have the Kindle version as well. I do not regret the spend.
For the Audible book, there is a clear difference in the listen for free options in Kindle Unlimited and Audible. Audible used a variety of voice actors, and because this book is told from multiple character perspectives - having different voices helped greatly. You don't get that detail when you 'listen for free'.
As to the book itself. The story will captivate and tease you from the first few chapters. There is murder and mystery and a clear case against the culprit. But it does not take very long to figure out: nothing is clear at all. There are breadcrumbs but just when you think you have it all figured out, everything changes and the reader is back at ground zero to figure it all out again.
The story wraps up and goes into the finishing touches - or so I thought? Then the roller coaster backs up and takes you thru more loop de loops. Once I actually finished reading, I was left with questions. To a certain extent, I wish my questions were answered in a clear cut way. But that would be lazy. This one left me thinking. And now I think I should read it again. Knowing what I know now, I may 'see' it differently the second time around.
Michael Kepler is accused of killing numerous people. He claims he did not kill anyone, and that he is being framed. The only person he trusts is his sister Megan in whom he confides everything. This is the sum and substance of this wretched book.
Finally, this work is wordy. What was said in 405 pages on my Kindle could have been said in 105 pages. And James Patterson should know better than to connect his name to such fodder.
I do not recommend this book. It was a big waste of my time. Amazon verified purchase.
I'll start by saying I am not a James Patterson fan but I LOVE JD BARKER! His 4MK thriller series is awesome (The Fourth Monkey, The Fifth To Die and the Sixth Wicked Child) and were all 5-star reads for me. Right from the beginning I can tell Patterson did not have much to do with this book. Mr. Barker has a great style getting into the minds of the characters which you see right from the beginning. You never know what's around the next corner as the plot plays-out. The thrills and action never stop. Twists & turns right to the very end. Definitely expecting a book 2 in this series.