The 22 Murders of Madison May
- A gripping speculative psychological suspense
- Narrated by: Helen Laser
- Length: 10 hrs and 23 mins
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From the author of Lexicon and Providence comes a thrilling speculative psychological suspense story about a serial killer pursuing his victim across time and space and the woman who is determined to stop him, even if it upends her own reality.
'I love you. In every world.' Young real estate agent Madison May is shocked when a client at an open house says these words to her. The man, a stranger, seems to know far too much about her and professes his love - shortly before he murders her.
Felicity Staples hates reporting on murders. As a journalist for a midsize New York City paper, she knows she must take on the assignment to research Madison May's shocking murder, but the crime seems random and the suspect is in the wind. That is, until Felicity spots the killer on the subway, right before he vanishes.
Soon, Felicity senses her entire universe has shifted. No one remembers Madison May, or Felicity's encounter with the mysterious man. And her cat is missing. Felicity realises that in her pursuit of Madison's killer, she followed him into a different dimension - one where everything about her existence is slightly altered. At first, she is determined to return to the reality she knows, but when Madison May - in this world, a struggling actress - is murdered again, Felicity decides she must find the killer - and learns that she is not the only one hunting him.
Traveling through different realities, Felicity uncovers the opportunity - and danger - of living more than one life.
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- The Curator
Excellently well-thought out
To be honest, most time travel or world shift books seem to me to get twisted up in their own logic and disappear up their own fundament. This one was built with enough science for a dullard like me to find plausible without holding up the story. It’s a very good story which is really about finding happiness if not perfection.
- Cfc Caumartin
An engrossing take on the multiverse. I binged listened over a weekend. Great story and characters. Absolutely loved it.