An Evil Mind : Robert Hunter

  • by Chris Carter
  • Narrated by George Newburn
  • Series: Robert Hunter
  • 11 hrs and 40 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

A freak accident in rural Wyoming leads the sheriff's department to arrest a man for a possible double homicide, but further investigations suggest a much more horrifying discovery - a serial killer who has been kidnapping, torturing, and mutilating victims all over the United States for at least 25 years. The suspect claims he is a pawn in a huge labyrinth of lies and deception - can he be believed?
The case is immediately handed over to the FBI, but this time they're forced to ask for outside help. Ex-criminal behavior psychologist and lead detective with the Ultra Violent Crime Unit of the LAPD Robert Hunter is asked to run a series of interviews with the apprehended man. These interviews begin to reveal terrifying secrets that no one could've foreseen, including the real identity of a killer so elusive that no one, not even the FBI, had any idea he existed...until now.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Silence of the Lambs meets a textbook

What would have made An Evil Mind better?

If there was less time spent listening to endless drivel from the "bad guy".

What will your next listen be?

The Burning Room by Michael Connelly

Which character – as performed by George Newburn – was your favourite?

Robert Hunter I suppose as he was the main character

What character would you cut from An Evil Mind?

Lucien..... which would make it just a criminal profiling textbook I believe

Any additional comments?

Disappointing read. The rest of the Robert Hunter books are fast paced and exciting with twists and turns. This was just long passages by the Hannibal Lechter type character about how he beat the criminal profiling textbooks... with just way too much time spent reading out bitter diatribes. I fell asleep more listening to this book than any other. Disappointing from start to finish.

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- Julie Lang

This is a you won't believe there's more story

Fantastically but hideously violent but it is cliff-hanger after cliff-hanger. Sometimes adding a shock on a shock. Great story and would read more but it pushes credibility beyond the point of mad.
BUT for all I can criticise it, it is a well crafted story well written and Chris is clearly a craftsman
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- Gavingks

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-03-2015
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster UK