• Now That She's Gone

  • Waterman and Stark, Book 4
  • By: Gregg Olsen
  • Narrated by: Corey M. Snow
  • Length: 8 hrs and 16 mins
  • 4.4 out of 5 stars (129 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Notorious serial killer Brenda Nevins has cajoled, seduced, blackmailed, and left a trail of bodies all across Washington State. Now, after a daring prison escape, she is free to carry out her ultimate act of revenge. The targets: forensic pathologist Birdy Waterman and sheriff's detective Kendall Stark. The pawn: a television psychic hungry for fame, ratings, and blood. There's only way to stop a killer as brutal, brilliant, and twisted as this: beat her at her own game.

©2015 Gregg Olsen (P)2016 Tantor

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"Olsen knows how to walk the line between compelling and repulsive with his latest thriller." (RT Book Reviews)

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*****AMAZING!!!! WHAT A STORY LINE! BRENDA!!!

I love the first book in the series, but this book was above amazing! Having followed Kendall Stark in the first book, you get to love her and birdie Waterman. living here in the Puget Northwest, I can actually visualize the places described in the book and it sucks you right in and you feel like you're apart of the book and the people. this wasn't just another day for Kitsap County coroner that's for sure! Bravo Gregg!!!

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A taste of evil

Great continuation of the Birdy story and bringing in additional character stories to watch again

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Female characters are sexist tropes come to life

If somebody is looking for a list of the most cliché, retrograde "evil women" tropes/stereotypes, they can find them all as characters in this book (the bad mother, the evil temptress, the manipulator who "makes" men do bad things, the career woman who emasculates her husband just because she has a decent job...#eyeroll). To top it all off, the narrator is a man who for some reason decided to make all the women in the book (most characters are women) sound like little girls throwing tantrums... I would not read/listen to this author/narrator again.

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