• You Can Run

  • Laurel Snow, Book 1
  • By: Rebecca Zanetti
  • Narrated by: Amy Landon
  • Length: 10 hrs and 7 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (96 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

"Be prepared to stay up all night...."

Laurel Snow wouldn't call hunting a serial killer a vacation, but with a pile of dead bodies unearthed near her Genesis Valley, Washington, hometown, she'll take what she can get. Yet something about this case stirs her in unexpected ways. Like the startling connection she feels to Dr. Abigail Caine, a fiercely intelligent witness with a disturbing knack for making Laurel feel like she has something on her. Then there's Laurel's attraction to Huck Rivers, the fish and wildlife officer guiding her to the crime scene—and into the wilderness....

A former soldier and a trained sniper, Huck seems to have his own secrets, not least of which are his whereabouts the night yet another woman disappears. And when the body is dumped where Laurel can't help but find it, she knows this cat-and-mouse game is personal....

Once in the heart of darkness with Huck, Laurel must negotiate her conflicting feelings for him, her complex rapport with Abigail—and her mission to find a serial killer among a growing list of suspects and a danger that's far too close to home. So close in fact, Laurel fears she will never find her way back to the woman she once was....

©2022 Rebecca Zanetti (P)2022 Tantor

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🌻Something was off!🌻

🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻V from Kansas🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻

I have loved this author for years and I have devoured everything she has released, on audible. I loved her paranormal series but, I also have loved every book in the Albertini Files.

With that being said, this book fell a bit short
Of my expectations. I’ve tried to figure out what element caused the issue and I have not been completely sure. The story line was fine, overall, and I mostly liked the characters, therefore, I’ve decided that the narration was the weak link.

Amy Landon performed the voices, alright, however she did not bring the story , to life; she just read it. Does that make sense?

I really hope the author will consider having a true duet narration team, for the rest of the series, otherwise, this will be the last book, of this series, I’ll be purchasing.

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You Can Run

I enjoyed this book but didn’t love it. I’ll definitely listen to the next one when it’s released. I’m hoping the few things I didn’t like will settle with the development of the series.

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Worst copy editor EVER.

Clergy people don't 'administer to' people, they MINISTER to them.
Seriously. This book was very poorly edited.

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phenomenal story

I absolutely could NOT put this book down, it was just that great!! I am a fan of Rebecca Zanetti and I still haven't found a book that she has written that is bad!! This book was very intriguing and I enjoyed reading as this mystery unfolded. I think Laurel Snow is a character that has depth to her and I enjoyed as layers were revealed while reading this book. Although I didn't guess who the murderer was, I definitely enjoyed reading this book and look forward to more in this series and I honestly can't wait to read more stories about Laurel Snow. They're definitely is a plethora of twists and turns that can happen with this series and I am excited to jump on board! I would highly recommend this to every reader out there! Thank you again to Rebecca Zanetti for another phenomenal book and for giving us something to look forward to as the series progresses!

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Suspenseful thriller romance

To me the above title says it all. This was a very good Rebecca Zanetti book. The narration was excellent. There was of course a little steam in the book. Will definitely read any sequels.

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Just ok.

The story wasn’t to bad. I didn’t like the narration. The male voices weren’t very convincing. But overall it was ok.

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Great Characters

If you've read any of this author's previous books, you have a pretty good idea what to expect here. An over-protective, super bossy alpha male and an amazing, capable woman with brains and courage. It's a winning combo for me, that's why I love this author so much. I've got to say, she really may have outdone herself this time.

Laurel Snow is a fascinating character. She's beyond brilliant. She's strong, no-nonsense, and good at her job. Well, when they let her in the field, that is. She's needing the help of a brooding fish and wildlife officer who is a loner by choice. He really doesn't want to interact with others. But Laurel isn't going to let that concept fly. She's told Huck's the best, and she's going to have his support, whether he wants to give it or not.

They're both pretty complex characters with ghosts in their pasts and not-so-awesome stuff in their current lives, as well. But both of them are committed to bringing criminals to justice. That's about all they seem to have in common, but it's a start.

This novel almost defies genre placement. The author is known for her romantic suspense, and this can certainly fall into that category. But it's a psychological thriller as well, spooling out in disconcerting ways as the truth is slowly uncovered. It's also very definitely a thriller, as Huck and Laurel uncover seriously nasty things the more rocks they turn over. Whatever you wish to categorize it as, one thing's certain: it's a great read. I'll be waiting for more from Laurel Snow and Huck Rivers.

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Awesome

Loved it! Can't wait for the next one to come out. Always love Rebecca Zanetti books!