Spare Change

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
June 2007
5 hours 35 minutes
Hi, Phil,
You miss me? I got bored, so I thought I’d reestablish our relationship. Give us both something to do in our later years. Stay tuned.
Spare Change

When a serial murderer dubbed “The Spare Change Killer” by the Boston press surfaces after three decades in hiding, the police immediately seek out the cop, now retired, who headed the original task force: Phil Randall. As a sharp-eyed investigator and a doting parent, Phil calls on his daughter Sunny to help trap the criminal who eluded him so many years before.
When the killer strikes a second time, and a third, the murders take a macabre turn, as, eerily, the victims each resemble Sunny. While her father pressures her to drop the case, her need to create a trap to catch her killer grows. In a compelling game of cat-and-mouse, Sunny Randall uses all her skills to draw out her prey, realizing too late that she’s setting herself up to become the next victim.
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I just recently finished this book but it was not easy. I agree with the other reviewer in that the continuous "he said/she said" drove me crazy. The only reason I finished the book was because the story was very good. Something needs to be done with that speech. I like the author but I doubt I will be listening to those audios.

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I love Kate Burton's narrations! Unfortunately Robert Parker's writing style doesn't lend itself well to audio books. The constant "He said" and "She Said" drives me nuts! Mr. Parker would be well served to allow some editing to his writings to make them less irritating when narrated. Simple voice inflections are usually all that is needed to indicate changes of characters, with an occasional "he said" only when absolutely necessary. Listen to Kate narrate Lisa Scottoline's audio books as an example. I am extremely dissatisfied with this one and can't even finish listening to it!!!!

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