- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 9 hours and 38 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Bookouture
- Audible.com Release Date: June 2, 2016
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01G7SFYCW
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The Night Stalker: Detective Erika Foster, Book 2 Audiobook – Unabridged
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What was most intriguing for me about The Night Stalker was the way the killer's identity was unwound for the reader/listener and the time given to keeping us guessing. Interspersed with Erika's hunt for this newest serial killer are online chat room conversations between the killer and someone they are sharing their actions with. These were particularly creepy as the killer shows no remorse and the person they are chatting with seems to egg them on. We also get little peeks into the killer stalking their victims and then the actual attacks themselves. These do so much to keep the tension building and to create a sense of urgency for the police to find the killer and stop them before they strike again. There's also something particularly unique about this serial killer, but you'll have to read the book to figure out what that is!
Regarding the audiobook version, the narrator is once again Jan Cramer and she did just as great a job with this installment as she did with the last. She does an excellent job of giving the characters unique voices and keeping the tension tight when it needs to be and injecting a bit of humor when that is required as well. I really enjoy her as an audiobook narrator and will look for more from her in the future.
The Night Stalker is a wonderful installment in the Erika Foster detective series. It gave me all the elements I loved in the first installment while advancing the narrative and character development appropriately in this one. The ending leaves off with Erika possibly looking to change some aspects of her life and I am dying to see if she does so in the upcoming story, Dark Waters!
Night Owl is a disturbed young woman who was viciously abused by her father, then much later, married a man who was a control freak who forced his way upon her at night in bed.
Every night she cried her eyes out with pain.
These experiences resulted in her becoming a serial killer of certain types of men.
A gay friend of Erika’s, ‘Issac Strong,’ a pathologist, is very involved with his lover ‘Stephen,’ who happens to be a successful writer of domestic violence and porn books, and also engages into heavy sex adventures with rent boys.
Night Owl chats on a porn site with Duke, who is an invalid confined to a wheelchair. They have much in common and Duke tells Night Owl how to kill a person with a plastic bag. They discuss the misery of their lives and phantasise about their future.
Garry Wilmslow dislikes women and is into international operations on trafficking of young girls that are shipped into England for the sex trade.
Erika chases after villains, but comes to the attention of her boss Detective Chief Supervisor
Marsh and suffers criticism for her actions in the field, plus also firing up arguments with Assistant Commissioner Oakley.
The author cleverly writes vivid descriptions on how the murders are planned and executed.
I loved this book.
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