Summary

Nobody's listening. So, he'll just keep killing. 
Three massacres in the same city, the same month. Two detectives discover a link that can't possibly exist. One journalist unwittingly holds the answers. Zero clues to a killer who sends a deadly message. 
Kendall's usual freelance work consists of fluff magazine pieces until she scores an interview with the survivor of a horrific mass killing. Seven people brutally murdered with an axe at a cafe, with the killer left dead at the scene. 
Within days, more mass killings occur. Ten eldercare facility residents die in an arson-lit blaze. Then a mother attending a family birthday party embarks on a terrifying gun rampage. 
Investigating detective O'Grady wonders how it's possible that crimes so seemingly coincidental can be linked by just a single puzzling detail: none of the killers have a murderer's profile. Ordinary citizens with zero history of violence have suddenly become ruthless monsters. 
When Kendall crosses O'Grady's path sparks fly. And not the romantic kind. They will soon discover though that these killings are part of a plan greater than just these crimes. Someone is sending a message and if they can't decipher the meaning soon many more will die. 
Discover the audiobook listeners have called a terrifying, impossible-to-put-down thriller, by the author fans have named the new Stephen King. 
Narrated by Anne Johnston Brown, winner of the 2012 Audible Female Voice Award. 
©2015 Susan May (P)2016 Susan May
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4 out of 5 stars
By Neville Townsend on 07-02-17

Recommended read

Excellent audio book would recommend this first class thriller. A freelance writer drawn into a mass murder investigation

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4 out of 5 stars
By Faouzia Benkhoud on 22-09-17

an interesting thriller with unexpected twist

Where does Deadly Messengers rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

This audiobook was another interesting experience with Anne Johnstonbrown, i think it is my favorite by her voice. I enjoyed listening to the book and remembering details of the story and feeling all the emotions all over again. Hearing the story made all the scenes seem more vivid and real and more intense.

Which character – as performed by Anne Johnstonbrown – was your favourite?

My favorite character is definitely Kendall Jenning. She was when i first read the book and she remained such after hearing it. Anne Johnstonbrown did a really ood job with her, i could almost see her.

Any additional comments?

The voices for all the other characters were also really good, it was a bit odd with Lance O'Grady, i imagined him differently but still it was interesting to listen to him! Again Ms Johnstonbrown did a good job narrating a really good book!

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5 out of 5 stars
By Pattie on 04-12-17

narration<br /><br /><br />

I did not care for the narrator she sounded to robotic The storyline was very interesting. it was a very good read.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Kelly watley on 05-06-17

pretty good..

I loved the way that the author showed both sides of the crime - one side was from the criminal's perspective - the other was how the police attempted to make sense of the clues and sometimes the lack of them. I also loved how all the pieces of the puzzle finally came into place for the big picture but not until towards the end.

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