Death. Lies. Revenge.
PI Kate Jones lands the case of a lifetime: a young college student with no history of drug abuse dies of an overdose, and the parents come to Kate demanding answers. Soon, Seattle is reeling from dozens more deaths, all with the same chemical markers. At first, police assume that the victims are closet junkies who got hold of a bad combination, but after someone close to her becomes a victim, Kate believes something far more sinister is going on.
The deeper Kate digs, the more she uncovers about the deadly drug’s origins, forcing her to choose between doing what’s right...and getting revenge.
I'm a big fan of D.V. Berkom's Kate Jones series and was hoping she'd get around to putting Vigilante Dead in audio. And now she has. Color me happy! Catherine Law brings a fresh voice to Kate, and I really enjoyed the story. Kate's working as a private eye now, and is working on a case that's personal. That's all I'm going to say except that its got twists and turns and fast paced action, just like I expect from this writer. Highly recommended. You won't be disappointed.
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Wow I just love D.V. Berkom books they just seem to get better with each book and this one didn't disappoint either. If you love lots of action and bad guys finally getting there comeuppance then this is the book for you.
Kate is going it alone, well sort of, when she makes a deal with the devil (aka Angie-yep the assassin that has tried to kill her twice before) although I couldn't help but wonder why Kate thought that would be a good idea, knowing Angie as she does, but I guess when a family members life is on the line anything goes. With Angie around you just know, that things aren't going to go quite the way Kate plans them to go and add in some computer hackers, corporate fat cats, drug dealers and revenge to the mix Kate finds herself on another runaway train to hell.
I really enjoyed the book but found the narrator wasn't so good. I bit rushed in places, as if she didn't have time for a breath. It was also a bit monotone and not much change between her speaking voice and when people were speaking. Otherwise a really good book!!